Committee Approves Recommendation on Future of Cayuga Power Plant

by Marcia E. Lynch

“[Residents] expressed deep concern about continued dependence on fossil fuels, the dangers of an increase in greenhouse gas emissions including from methane, use of imported ‘fracked’ gas (inconsistent with the County’s past opposition to and the State’s prohibition of fracking), and the increased truck traffic and potential dangers associated with trucks transporting compressed natural gas (CNG) to fuel the plant.” The Lansing Star covers the November 9, 2018 special meeting of the Planning, Development, and Environmental Quality Committee of the Tompkins County Legislature. Read the article

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