Twitter | Search | |
ECNA
Erie Canal Neighbor's Association, here to connect all neighbors & friends along New York's Erie Canal Waterway
48
Tweets
18
Following
7
Followers
Tweets
ECNA Jun 11
The NY Barge Canal replaced the Erie while keeping some of the original flow intact. It's a 100 year old canal now.
Reply Retweet Like
ECNA Jun 10
New SEQR Environmental Impact Statement, and Manual on how NYSCC will clear unsafe embankments to make them safe and comply with Fed Reqs. NY State's Erie Canal Corridor doesn't need to be the next place the Country mentions with the words Dam Collapse. Right?
Reply Retweet Like
ECNA May 6
Replying to @ECNA_US
Reply Retweet Like
ECNA May 6
Wait, these Canal Trail Users was passing around a Vape Pen between the group. No masks, no distancing, so the new signs along the don't have the necessary affect on safety that was hoped...where's the enforcement?
Reply Retweet Like
ECNA May 6
Replying to @ECNA_US
And here's a group of Canal Trail "patrons" staring into our windows from the Trail...and they have no masks or a tape measure
Reply Retweet Like
ECNA May 6
Let's hope that the & working with the can figure out how to turn a sign into compliance...because so far few we see on the Empire Trail are doing any of these things.
Reply Retweet Like
ECNA May 6
With everything going on with a Pandemic, leaving a direct waterway route through NY open seemed to be a liability in most people's eyes, how can this recreational waterway be deemed "essential"? Can you list 5 reasons why you think it is required?
Reply Retweet Like
ECNA May 6
tried to pass off their April 8 Letter to as a reply to the April 23 announcement that Canal Closure is due to unfinished safety repairs & maintenance. Who says it's about Safety First, then adds a "but" afterwards?
Reply Retweet Like
ECNA May 6
Letter to from ECNHC on April 8 wants the to open on time. April 28 CC replied to NYS & , canal closure is due to infrastructure safety work stopped as NY paused ALL non-essential work, including the NYS Canal, deemed optional.
Reply Retweet Like
ECNA May 5
Replying to @ErieCanalway
So are you stating "Safety of the Canal is important...but we disagree with keeping it closed? The reason it's closed is about Inspection & Maintenance of integral system components, not because of Covid Social Distancing. Wake up. It's about public safety from a flood, sorry.
Reply Retweet Like
ECNA Apr 28
Follow the link to see what causes Dam Failure in US States that track ALL their dams.
Reply Retweet Like
ECNA retweeted
NYS Canal Corp. Apr 24
: 2020 Navigation Season Update Due to the pandemic, the Canal Corporation has suspended all non-essential construction & maintenance, therefore the system will not open for through navigation of the locks on May 15th as previously announced.
Reply Retweet Like
ECNA Apr 28
Replying to @ErieCanalway
Your request should be directed to the State Government who placed non-essential NY State work on PAUSE, right? By a letter on April 8, 2020, we have urged the New York Power Authority and the NYS Canal Corporation to reconsider their decision to suspend essential repairs....
Reply Retweet Like
ECNA Apr 27
NYS Canal System Opening is Delayed, Causing Concern in Fairport
Reply Retweet Like
ECNA Apr 15
Replying to @FairportVillage
Another increase in our taxes? When will it ever end?
Reply Retweet Like
ECNA Apr 14
Fairport Tax Dollars?
Reply Retweet Like
ECNA Apr 1
Loopers are on their way to the Canal Soon
Reply Retweet Like
ECNA Mar 26
Fairport looks to cut more teachers amid major budget shortfall
Reply Retweet Like
ECNA retweeted
NYS Canal Corp. Mar 19
Social distancing will help of , but you can still head outside to get some vitamin D - has waived all state and local park fees. Be sure and check out the vast NYS Trail System with many trails along the .
Reply Retweet Like
ECNA retweeted
Rockefeller Institute 18 Jul 18
Lisa Parshall, Nathan Fellow and professor, discusses the Citizens Empowerment Act and municipal reorganization at the 2018 Municipal Clerks Training, where clerks from around the state are honing their public service skills.
Reply Retweet Like