PRESS RELEASE: Cyprexx Services, LLC in partnership with Prempoint Inc. will be launching a new entry management system in Fall 2017. Lockwise™ is a new keyless entry management system that allows property access to be granted digitally. This device...
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
AUGUST 06, 2014
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2014 - GEMS GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS LLC
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By Mark W. Sanchez - Monday Jul 31, 2017
The Yankees got their man — and lost some kids. In finally acquiring Sonny Gray less than an hour before Monday’s 4 p.m. non-waivers trade deadline, the Yankees coughed up Dustin Fowler, Jorge Mateo and James Kaprielian, three precious prospects in their stacked farm system. The Yankees managed to talk Oakland GM Billy Beane down...
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By David R. Baker - Tuesday Jul 25, 2017
Two California governors — one a Republican, the other a Democrat — joined together Tuesday to celebrate the extension of one of the state’s key global warming programs and slam the federal government for abandoning the climate fight.On the same spot in 2006, Schwarzenegger signed the landmark global warming law that authorized the cap-and-trade system and committed California to reducing its greenhouse gas emissions.While only one Republican legislator sided with Schwarzenegger to pass that law, AB32, eight Republicans supported the new legislation, negotiated in months of closed-door talks involving Brown, legislative leaders, environmental advocates and business representatives.“It’s a message that we have a functional government here in California where Democrats and Republicans work together,” Schwarzenegger said at the signing ceremony.Schwarzenegger accused conservative Republicans, with whom he often sparred as governor, of “lying to the people” on global warming.[...] following President Trump’s move to withdraw the United States from the global climate agreement forged in Paris in late 2015, Schwarzenegger said the vote demonstrated that many Americans remain committed to fighting climate change.The Bay Area Air Quality Management District had been poised to slap firm limits on greenhouse gas emissions from the area’s five local refineries.California law calls for reducing the state’s greenhouse gas emissions 40 percent below 1990 levels by 2030.Cap and trade sets a declining annual limit on California’s greenhouse gas emissions and forces businesses to buy a type of permit, called an allowance, for every metric ton of gases they emit.[...] in 2015, the most recent year for which data are available, California’s greenhouse gas emissions fell less than 1 percent.Since peaking in 2004, they have dropped about 10 percent.
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By David R. Baker - Monday Jul 17, 2017
California’s cap-and-trade system to fight climate change survived a make-or-break vote in the state senate Monday when more than two-thirds of senators voted to extend the program through 2030. Democrats, who control both chambers, cast the bill as vital to California’s leadership on global warming policy, even though many of their own environmental allies criticized its details. Cap and trade sets an annual limit on California’s greenhouse gas emissions and forces companies to buy a permit, called an allowance, for every metric ton of gas they emit. First used in the 1990s to control sulfur dioxide and acid rain, cap and trade gives companies flexibility in how, where and when they cut emissions. [...] they want tighter control of emissions from individual factories and refineries, in the hopes that forcing each facility to cut greenhouse gases will reduce other, harmful air pollutants as well. The move — a bid to win support from the oil industry and its legislative allies — infuriated environmental justice advocates, who waged a week-long lobbying campaign to kill the bill. The Bay Area Air Quality Management District, whose directors had been poised to vote on greenhouse gas limits for refineries, complained that Brown had undercut its authority.
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