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For Release — Tuesday, September 9, 2003

ENERGY AUTHORITIES TO ADDRESS BUSINESS LEADERS AT
BUSINESS COUNCIL ANNUAL MEETING SEPT. 17-19 IN BOLTON LANDING

ALBANY—The chief executives of the New York State Independent System Operator (NYISO) and the New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) are among scheduled speakers at The Business Council's Annual Meeting, which will take place Wednesday-Friday Sept. 17-19 at the Sagamore in Bolton Landing, Warren County.

The annual discussion of policy issues that affect New York's business climate will also include sessions on the future of education in New York State and on how established companies can innovate to find opportunities for new business.

Reporters are invited to cover the meeting and any event outlined here. There will be a press table at the dinner event both Thursday and Friday.

Agenda highlights include:

Background on The Council's Annual Meeting: The Business Council's Annual Meeting each year attracts about 500 of the top business and government leaders in the state for discussions on issues of importance to the state's business community. The meeting is open to all Business Council members.

The Business Council is New York's largest broad-based business group, representing nearly 4,000 member companies large and small across the state. Based in Albany, it lobbies for a better business climate and offers cost-cutting services to its members. Council members represent employers of well over 1 million New Yorkers in all parts of the state and all sectors of business, industry, education, and not-for-profit activity.

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