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In Schoharie, concerns about new gas line

Residents want path closer to I-88

Assemblyman Pete Lopez, R-Schoharie, left, and state Sen. James Seward, R-Milford, discuss the Constitution Pipeline proposal during a meeting with farmers on Tuesday in Schoharie. In the background is Jeff Bishop, Seward's communications director.
Assemblyman Pete Lopez, R-Schoharie, left, and state Sen. James Seward, R-Milford, discuss the Constitution Pipeline proposal during a meeting with farmers on Tuesday in Schoharie. In the background is Jeff Bishop, Seward's communications director.
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A volatile flood plain, sensitive farmland and deadly history with gas pipelines should push the Constitution Pipeline construction closer to the highway, farmers and state legislators said Tuesday. State Assemblyman Pete Lopez, R-Schoharie, and state Sen. James Seward, R-Oneonta, held a meeting with farmers and said too much could be lost if the proposed 30-inch natural gas main is routed through the Schoharie Valley. The Constitution Pipeline is proposing to plant roughly 120 miles of ...


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