From the Morning Memo:

Democratic Sen. Brad Hoylman this month is renewing his push for the Senate Republicans to release documents that came in response to subpoenas issued to the companies believed responsible for the PFOA contamination in upstate New York drinking water.

Hoylman is urging the release of the documents following the subpoenas issued to aint-Gobain Performance Plastics, Taconic Plastics and Honeywell International.

“Over 100 days ago by the terms of subpoenas issued by the New York State Senate, Saint-Gobain, Taconic Plastics and Honeywell were to have handed over documents related to the water contamination crises they helped create,” Hoylman said. “Yet, today we’re no closer to learning the truth of corporate involvement in the largest water contamination crisis in state history.”

At the same time, Hoylman in a statement said the release of the documents is all the more necessary after two of the companies reached a settlement with the village of Hoosick Falls, one of the communities impacted by the PFOA contamination.

“The undisclosed settlement terms between the Village of Hoosick Falls and Saint-Gobain and Honeywell announced last week make it more imperative than ever that the Senate release information about the role these companies played in poisoning the water for over 10,000 New Yorkers,” he said.

The lawmaker has unveiled a clock to count the days since the subpoenas were issued and were answered by a Sept. 12 deadline.

Senate GOP spokesman Scott Reif in a statement said conversations with the companies was ongoing.

“We continue to be actively engaged with the companies to ensure production of what was requested,” he said.