Clean Politics, Clean Streams by Franklin L. Kury

Clean Politics, Clean Streams

Reviewed by Kassia Janesch

Who said politics is boring? In Clean Politics, Clean Streams, Franklin L. Kury tells his personal stories from his time serving in the PA House of Representatives and the PA Senate. His insights and recollections of his experiences, like the passing of the environmental amendment to the Pennsylvania constitution, can almost be read as a “how to” for successful environmental campaigns.

The autobiography is still relevant today, especially along our Susquehanna Greenway, as it touches upon issues like storm water management and flood plain legislation. Though Kury covers vast amount of history, he concludes his work with a look to the future. Check it out for a comprehensive and interesting inside account.  

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