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Welcome to the SPR Environmental Law Blog

By: Ashley S. Miller

Storm King Mountain

We are pleased to present the SPR Environmental Law Blog, which will include news and updates on environmental and legal issues related to Sive Paget & Riesel’s practice.  SPR is recognized as a leader in environmental law, and has worked at the forefront of environmental law and litigation in New York and elsewhere since the early 1960′s.

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To learn more about SPR’s environmental law practice, view the Sive, Paget & Riesel homepage, browse the interactive map of SPR’s work, see our attorneys’ biographies, project updates, or review our practice areas.

Nothing on this blog is a substitute for, or intended to be, legal advice.  This site and its contents are provided for general informational purposes, and should not be relied on as legal counsel.


1 Comment

  1. David Sive and I were boyhood friends. After WWII we renewed our friendship. He came back a purple heart veteran of the Battle of the Bulge. I came back unhurt from 18 months as the Engineering Officer and Executive Officer of USS LST 722 that saw combat in the Pacific. David and I are both 90. I don’t know if David is still alive and well. He no longer answers emails.

    David knew my beloved wife Edie from the time he stayed overnight at her parents’ house in Elizabethtown, New York when we were 17 at the end of our long hike on the long trail from Waterville to near Lake Placid with our friend Lenny Zincker. It is a wonderful memory. Both of us spent many happy days in the Adirondacks. David bought Po Co Moonshine and I walked around it. Edie and I visited him and Mary in their Catskill Mountain retreat and in their home in Pearl River, NY.

    In the years that he came to Boulder, CO to mentor environmentalists at the University of Colorado, he visited with Edie and me and we went on their annual picnic. David was a guest and a host at dinners we shared here in Boulder.

    In the time I have left on this earth, if you can guide me to reconnecting with the last of my boyhood friends, please contact me.

    Comment by Stanley Yokell — November 1, 2012 @ 5:16 pm

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