continued “We think this is a really great win for New Yorkers,” Debold said. “It allows them to go back and improve their business practices and protect consumers from unsafe conditions.”
Beginning in 1981, Hudson River Rafting Company was one of the first companies to offer rafting trips on the Hudson, Black and Sacandaga rivers and the company’s years of experience were noted by Giaradino.
According to the Attorney General’s office there are no further charges pending against Cunningham or the Hudson River Rafting Company at this time and once the company posts the bond, they can resume business. However, should Cunningham or the Hudson River Rafting Company violate the judge’s injunction, it will be considered contempt of court.
The status of the DEC restraining order imposed on the company last fall was unclear as of press time May 22.
Calls to Cunningham and his lawyer, Jason Britt, were not returned as of press time.