Bill Huston’s video of the DEC hearing in Oneonta is linked to here: Jeff Taggart’s comments may be found in Part 1 of 4 at timecode 20:40. See link to Playlist at upper left of video, you can skip to other parts from there. If you don’t want to look at all four hours, you […]
After repeated requests by the Franklin Town Board, Leatherstocking came to the May meeting to brief them on a possible natural gas distribution line to run from the proposed Constitution Pipeline through Franklin to industry in Fraser, Town of Delhi. (Both Morningstar Foods LLC and Clark Inc. could be large consumers of gas.) Probably this […]
By Carole Marner In the spring of 2012, we began to hear about the Constitution Pipeline. People in Sidney were alerted first and the word soon spread. In northern Pennsylvania the population around Montrose began to realize that a new compressor was being added to their community. Doing some research, they discovered that it was to be […]
Open Meetings and Freedom of Information for Concerned Citizens 12 local community organizations are sponsoring this meeting. The presenter, Bob Nied is a board member of the Schoharie-based Center for Sustainable Rural Communities (CSRC). For the past ten months, CSRC has been working with Stop the Pipeline to organize and educate residents and landowners along […]
Revised Constitution Pipeline maps for the full route and for Delaware County are available below. Revised maps for Susquehanna County (PA), Broome, Chenango and Schoharie Counties (NY) are available on the Constitution Pipeline website.
A Gallery of Believe It Or Not Our Delaware County Board of Supervisors has been taking care of business — and doing it their own way. When they were offered presentations on gas drilling, our Supervisors heard one from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and one from the Independent Oil and Gas […]
The preferred route for the Constitution Pipeline (PF12-9) runs through 10 miles of Franklin. Your opinion on the content of the Environmental Impact Statement to be drafted by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission can be made until Friday November 9th. Written comments can be made by e-mail at: https://ferconline.ferc.gov/QuickComment.aspx or by US Mail at: Kimberly […]
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.