Iroquois Pipeline protest
- Nancy Kern/Columbia-Greene Media
Protesters gathered at the regional headquarters of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation in New Paltz on Wednesday afternoon to voice their opposition to Iroquois Gas’ application for air permits to construct the energy company’s ExC project. Organized by Concerned Citizens of Dover, Mid-Hudson Group of the Sierra Club, Sane Energy Project, the New York Public Interest Research Group, New York Lawyers for the Public Interest and Food and Water Watch, Wednesday’s protest was the culmination of a months-long campaign to stop the project.
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