Bernard Melewski has been working on environmental issues in upstate New York as a lawyer, lobbyist, counsel and executive for over twenty five years.  He has aided clients with legislative and zoning changes, as well as a variety of land use issues, and has guided clients through regulatory and legal matters throughout the Adirondack Park and upstate New York.  Bernard is admitted to practice law in New York State and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia.


(518) 861-6477 32 Fryer Lane Altamont, NY 12009


Represented parties before the Adirondack Park Agency | Extensive experience lobbying the New York State Legislature, Congress, and Federal Agencies on environmental and energy issues | Developed policy and draft legislation for consideration by the NYS legislature | Represented both municipalities and developers on wind energy projects | Counseled a wide range of clients on land use regulations, New York SEQRA environmental impact review, and a variety of project siting issues | Designed waterfront development programs for several NYS communities, . . .


Adjunct Professor, Siena College | General Counsel and Executive Director, The Adirondack Council | Counsel, NYS Commissions on Solid and Hazardous Waste Management | Executive Director, Environmental Planning Lobby | Juris Doctor, Syracuse University Law School | BA, Siena College