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January 10, 2011

NY Village of Owego Puts Wastewater Sale on Hold

Responding to public concern, the Board of the Village of Owego, New York, near Binghamton, decided at their meeting on Dec. 20, 2010, to conduct an environmental assessment before voting on a proposed wastewater sale to Inflection Energy. The citizens of Owego complained before the meeting about not having been able to review the terms of proposed sale. The village had denied all FOIL requests for documents related to the sale. Read Sue Heavenrich's article about the meeting in her Marcellus Effect Blog.

Posted by Rachel Treichler at 01/10/11 09:52 AM

 

 

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