Lonely Planet: Catskill adventure includes hiking and ghosts
April 01, 2009
Exxon has 19,400 acres in the Marcellus shale
HOUSTON, March 30 (Reuters) – Exxon Mobil Corp (XOM.N), the world’s largest publicly traded company, has leases on 19,400 acres in the Marcellus Shale, a formation that is said to hold vast amounts of natural gas.
50 protest gas drilling at Otesaga
By Tom Grace
Cooperstown News Bureau
Mushroom lawsuit dropped
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Opponents of the Yukiguni Maitake mushroom plant have dropped a lawsuit that was filed against the company and the Town of Mamakating after the Planning Board approved a scaled-back version of the plant.
NYRI judges to tour power line route
The officials who will rule on the huge power line proposed for this region are tentatively set to visit potential New York Regional Interconnect sites the third week in April, and perhaps the first week in May, according to the Public Service Commission.
Dried-up Toronto Reservoir upsets neighbors
Owner denies keeping water level too low
BETHEL — Supervisor Daniel Sturm takes a turn on Moscoe Road and pulls up to the public access point of the Toronto Reservoir. Normally, a few steps lead to the water, where families can put their boats in. This is a popular spot for boaters and fishing in the spring and summer and the location of the million-dollar homes of Chapin Estate.
Leisure Time Spring Water Co.’s death averted
Canadian firm to buy assets
POUGHKEEPSIE — The assets of Leisure Time Spring Water will be sold to a Canadian company that promises to preserve most of the company’s 50 jobs, thanks to a last-minute deal reached Friday afternoon in U.S. Bankruptcy Court.
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