BREEZIE MAPLES FARM: Maple syrup, maple syrup products. CORDWOOD ACRES: Vegetables, eggs, handmade soaps, fresh cut flowers; taking requests for fresh rabbit and orders for naturally-raised turkeys for Thanksgiving. ENVIRO-ENERGY: Natural grass pellets for fuel, soil conditioner & mulch; kiln dried pine pellets for animal bedding and cat litter. Barley pellets to control algae growth in […]
The proposed Constitution Pipeline will run from Susquehanna County in Pennsylvania to Schoharie County in New York, with a large part through through Delaware County, New York.
The new Flood Insurance Rate Maps for Franklin show the reach of the Special Flood Hazard Zone (a.k.a flood plain) according to the Flood Damage Prevention Law, passed at the April Town Board meeting as Local Law 2012-1. Our one flood plain extends from the East Sidney Reservoir up the Ouleout Creek to just above […]
In the last few months, everything has changed – but in reality, nothing has changed. What has changed? The Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company seems to have dropped its Northeast Extension Project, after the partnership of Williams and Cabot announced their Constitution Pipeline. Instead of moving the gas from the Tennessee #300 pipeline, the gas will […]
A primer for getting the most you can from eminent domain The Constitution Pipeline repeats the Marcy South power line experience in that hundreds of land owners in Delaware County will lose control of parts of their property for inadequate compensation — even though the project is of little benefit to residents. Unwilling owners will […]
The proposed Constitution Pipeline would carry gas from the Marcellus gas fields of Pennsylvania to the intersection of the Tennessee #200 and the Iroquois pipelines in the Town of Wright, Schoharie County, NY. For more information in this issue of The New Franklin Register, see: Constitutional Confiscation? Déjà Vu All Over Again
Nature has a way of always surprising us, and this year is no exception. We had a very warm winter with little snow. Snow is the best winter mulch there is, and if it arrives and stays on the ground throughout the cold months, it melts slowly into ground that never quite freezes. Excellent for […]