Governor discovers ‘there’s life north of Westchester’

As a follow-up to last week’s column on the quick turnabout by Governor Paterson and the DEC on the proposed closing of the State’s pheasant program, the appointment of upstate Congresswoman Kirsten Gillibrand to fill Hilary Rodman Clinton’s Senate seat seems to reflect that the governor has “discovered” there is more to New York, the state, than just New York, the city. Much more. The 2008 Urban Dictionary describes Upstate New York as, “Any place above Westchester, NY is considered upstate NewYork.”




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