Newburgh residents fear health effects of toxic water

Pilgirm Pipeline opposed by 30 Hudson Valley towns

Sarah Lawrence College and Partners Awarded $60,000 from EPA’s Urban Waters Program

A heron stands on an abandoned boat on the Bronx River. (Photo: Leah Rae / Riverkeeper)
Grant will support a collaborative community monitoring and engagement effort in the Saw Mill River, Bronx River, Pocantico River, and Sparkill Creek watersheds

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People who drank contaminated Newburgh water urged to attend community meeting and demand blood testing

Riverkeeper urges those who may have consumed contaminated City of Newburgh drinking water to attend an important community meeting on October 25 at 7 p.m. and demand that the state Department of Health provide blood testing for all exposed residents.

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Wall’s condition raises fears of oil train disaster

5-year review of Hudson River PCBs cleanup must be transparent

The Environmental Protection Agency’s five-year review process must be handled in a transparent and inclusive manner and that the EPA should not give General Electric a free pass when the river and its fish remain contaminated by PCBs

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Questions swirl around data in Hudson River PCB cleanup

Oil barge anchorage plan threatens Hudson I swam in as a child, writer says

U.S.: Public workshop planned to discuss five-year review for Hudson River cleanup

Videotaped Statements Opposing Pilgrim Pipelines Project Submitted to State Agencies Reviewing Industrial Proposal

Environmental and community groups opposing a proposal to build two 170-mile oil pipelines through the heart of the Hudson Valley are sending video comments of opposition from residents who attended an Oct. 1 public session hosted in the City of Newburgh.

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