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Pipeline met with opposition in Schoharie County

200 attend federal hearing on planned 120-mile gas line

Gene Malone, Schoharie Town Supervisor, makes a point against the proposed gas pipeline at Schoharie High School Tuesday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Gene Malone, Schoharie Town Supervisor, makes a point against the proposed gas pipeline at Schoharie High School Tuesday.
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Water supplies, homes, property values and country life are among things speakers Tuesday declared would be imperiled if federal regulators allow private enterprise to build a 120-mile pipeline from Pennsylvania to Schoharie County. Roughly 200 residents and officials attended a public hearing held by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to seek guidance on factors the agency should take into consideration during an environmental review for the $750 million proposal. Some who spoke pointed to specific ...

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