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Butler Associates

Butler Associates

A leading public relations agency specializing in media relations and marketing communications, Butler Associates is headquartered in Manhattan with an office in Connecticut. Our agency is primarily focused on boosting our clients' image, providing such services as generating publicity, building and polishing a brand name, preventing and defusing "bad news" in the media, creating connections to important public sector and corporate third-party supporters, and more.

Our marketing team offers multi-media services in graphic design, video and audio production, web development and digital (Internet) media strategies.

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NYC Fire Fatalities Fall to New Record Low in 2016

2016 was the Big Apple’s safest year in terms of fire fatalities, according to the FDNY. The world’s busiest fire department reported 48 fire-related deaths, the lowest number since the city began recordkeeping in 1916. It represents a 19% decline over the 2015 numbers, and a 17% drop from the previous record low of 58 fire-related deaths in 2012. The FDNY also reported a 9% reduction in “serious fires.”

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Governor Cuomo Announces 296 Acres Added to State Forest Preserve

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the acquisition of Marion River Carry, a 296 acre property in the Adirondacks. Coinciding with the 125th anniversary of the Adirondack Park, Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Basil Seggos signed ceremonial maps to resolve more than a century of differences between the state and Raquette Lake occupants located on 216 parcels within Township 40. As part of the resolution, the state acquired the property from Open Space Institute, which will now be added to the Adirondack Forest Preserve and made open to the public