The DEC said that in addition to reviewing Constitution’s application and supporting materials, it also considered more than 15,000 public comments before reaching a decision.
STP's Opposition to Company's Request for NTP and Motion for a Stay STP_Opposition to NTP + Motion for Stay_1_12_16.PDF Ex 1_NDNY ED cases, 12/31/14 Ex 1_ NDNY cases_12_31_14.PDF Ex 2_NDNY Order for easement Ex 2_NDNY order_easement.PDF Ex 3_Swift Affidavit_1_9_15 Ex 3_Swift Aff_Injunction_1_9_15.PDF Ex 4_Swift Affidavit_12_1_14 Ex 4_Swift Aff_MSJ_12_11_14.PDF Ex 5_Declarations of STP members Ex 5_Declarations.PDF
This project would require clear-cutting more than 700,000 trees. Allowing it to proceed would also require digging and blasting through hundreds of pristine Catskills streams—all so a giant corporation can transport fracked gas through New York and on to Canada for export. This pipeline would cost New York millions, if not billions, in increased erosion and flood damage, contaminated water, trout kills, decreased property values and tourism revenue, road and bridge damage, increased safety risks and, ultimately, much higher gas bills. And #natgas kills renewables.
Tuesday, June 23, 2015 7:00pm UUSO 12 Ford Avenue, Oneonta, NY Details here: http://dec.stopthepipeline.org/events/2015/06/0624-uuso-stp-