New York: Fishermen losing patience with probe of state regulators

The New York inspector general’s office plans to conclude its two-year probe of a state fisheries regulator “imminently,” but fishermen and their advocates awaiting long-promised action say they are losing patience. Three state legislators from Long Island have written to Inspector General Catherine Leahy Scott, noting that they first requested a probe of the state Department of Environmental Conservation in May 2012, and that “no report has been issued.” <Read more here> 16:11

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