SPECTRUM NEWS VIDEO: In this year's state budget, Governor Andrew Cuomo allocated $65 million to help combat a rash of harmful algal blooms that have plagued New York waterbodies. But clean water advocates say it's not enough, and they are calling on the governor to adopt stricter clean-up measures as lakes and reservoirs designated for drinking water continue to be polluted at an alarming rate - particularly during the hot summer weather. Walter Hang, the president of Toxics Targeting Inc., and Auburn City Councilor Terrance Cuddy join the show with more.