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Public can have input on pipeline plan tonight in Schoharie

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A hearing this evening represents the first time residents affected by the Constitution Pipeline proposal will get a chance to voice their concerns in a public forum. For months, residents in counties considered a likely route for the 30-inch, 120-mile-long natural gas pipeline have launched questions and concerns by mail and email, all of which is now posted on the website of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Tonight’s meeting will be the first time people ...

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