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Gas pipeline foes, supporters pack meeting in Cobleskill

Hundreds attend a hearing on the proposed Constitution Pipeline project at the Cobleskill-Richmondville high school auditorium Monday night.
Photographer: John Enger
Hundreds attend a hearing on the proposed Constitution Pipeline project at the Cobleskill-Richmondville high school auditorium Monday night.
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Three generations of Stanton dairy farmers took the Cobleskill-Richmondville high school auditorium podium in opposition to the proposed Constitution Pipeline during a public comment session Monday night. “The pipeline would cut through my land,” said Ken Stanton. “With eminent domain, there’s nothing I can do. It doesn’t feel like America anymore.” Constitution Pipeline is requesting permission to build a 124-mile-long natural gas pipeline from Pennsylvania to the Schoharie County town of Wright. The Federal Energy ...

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