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Summit may join others in county to restrict fracking

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The town of Summit is holding a public hearing tonight on extending its moratorium on heavy industrial work, signaling a continued trend toward opposing the controversial hydrofracking process in Schoharie County towns. The town this summer enacted a six-month moratorium on “heavy industrial uses” that’s set to expire Friday, and the extension is proposed to provide more time to complete a review of new land-use policies. Town Supervisor Harold Vroman said the Town Board held ...


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