By BRYON ACKERMAN
New York Regional Interconnect has spent almost $14 million on its proposed power line project without proving its necessity, according to a new report from a multi-county group fighting the plan.
Communities Against Regional Interconnect reviewed NYRI’s application to the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and said it found:
* A lack of technical merit.
* Outdated images and maps.
* Assumptions based on incomplete or flawed information.
* Missing information required on the power line’s environmental impact, cultural
HUNTER – The town’s ad-hoc Steering Committee will take comments on June 14 on plans to add 18 miles of road to the existing 12-mile Mountain Cloves Scenic Byway designation along three main thoroughfares.
The session is scheduled for 10 a.m. in Hunter Elementary School on state Route 23A (Main Street) in the village of Hunter.
The Daily Freeman
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MECHANICVILLE — The tornado here might have been the worst in recent memory, but it was not the first, and it will not be the last.
Taxidermist says once-rare catch on rise every year
YOUNGSVILLE — Hunter Jim Hemmer was ecstatic when he shot a 20-pound bobcat in January. Bobcats are a treasured prize for local hunters because they’re timid, stealthy and relatively rare.
The Evening Sun, Chenango County, June 1, 2008
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Preston County landowner Brad Castle stands on the grounds of his father’s business, Cool Springs Park, near Rowlesburg, W.Va., Thursday, May 23, 2008. Castle’s father and other neighboring landowners recently leased the oil and gas rights to a company for an extremely low price of $5 an acre. (AP Photo/Dale Sparks)
Bloomberg, May 29, 2008
May 28 (Bloomberg) — It’s been years since Duke Devlin traded the hog he rode into Bethel for the electric golf cart that gets his creaky body around the world’s most famous alfalfa field.