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Pipeline changes don’t ease public concern

Former Sharon Springs Mayor Eliott Adams, left, speaks about the Constitution Pipeline proposal Wednesday during a meeting of the Schoharie County Board of Supervisors.
Former Sharon Springs Mayor Eliott Adams, left, speaks about the Constitution Pipeline proposal Wednesday during a meeting of the Schoharie County Board of Supervisors.
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A new route being proposed for the Constitution Pipeline would avoid the villages of Schoharie and Richmondville while traveling around watersheds that provide drinking water, pipeline representatives said Wednesday. Route change and the elimination of a new compressor station are among details supervisors heard before residents and some supervisors launched pointed questions and criticism of the $750 million construction proposal. Constitution Pipeline LLC is undertaking a pre-filing process with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and ...

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