While the Port Authority is gingerly studying how to beef up Stewart International Airport near Newburgh, Governor Spitzer took a bolder stance during his State of the State address on Wednesday.
“We must have the vision to expand Stewart Airport to become the fourth major airport in the tri-state region and to serve as an economic engine for the Hudson Valley,” he said.
Spitzer also said the Wicks Law had to change; called for more affordable housing; and reiterated other points he had made in the campaign. See after the jump for details.
– Matthew Schuerman