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Hudson River

a river in E New York State, flowing generally south into Upper New York Bay: linked to the Great Lakes, the St Lawrence Seaway, and Lake Champlain by the New York State Barge Canal and the canalized Mohawk River. Length: 492 km (306 miles)
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For more than 20 years, Joseph Squillante has been capturing the majestic splendor of his beloved Hudson River.
Douglas Durst, philanthropist, environmentalist, co-president of the Durst Organization and co-chair of Friends of Hudson River Park, and Daniel L.
With views of downtown Manhattan, Central Park, and the Hudson River, these top of the line apartments at The Lucerne are perfect for families that want an elegant home amidst all of the schools, parks and culture nearby.
Ambanc recently announced that it had entered into an Agreement and Plan of Merger (the "Agreement") whereby Ambanc and Mohawk will be merged with and into Hudson River Bank & Trust Company, with Hudson River surviving the merger.
Urstadt, the founding chairman and chief executive officer of the Battery Park City Authority, recommended the expansion and privatization of Battery Park City, the 100-acre public/private development created on landfill in the Hudson River in lower Manhattan.
Lisicki, the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Company, said, in making the announcement, "Our stockholders will be asked to adopt a merger agreement which provides for the merger of Ambanc into a subsidiary of Hudson River Bank & Trust Company ("Hudson River").
The project is a part of the City's West Harlem Master Plan that the Mayor announced in October of 2002, the goal of which is to revitalize the area between 125th and 135th Streets, Broadway and the Hudson River in West Harlem.
Upon completion of the merger, Hudson River will have approximately $2.
The two firms plan to build the long awaited "Harbor Square," a mixed-use waterfront development along the Hudson River in the village of Ossining.
GE is disappointed in the EPA's decision to undertake a massive dredging project of the Upper Hudson River, which will cause more harm than good.
Adding to the area's growth is the continued success of Chelsea Piers, the construction of a state park along the Hudson River, the emergence and development of the Meatpacking District and the extension of the #7 subway line.
EPA also will continue efforts to complete the study of the Upper Hudson River and conduct supplemental studies of the Lower Hudson River.

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