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

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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Putnam Officials Blast Oil Barge Plan

Oil spill fears spur opposition to pipeline

The Hudson’s Bridge To Death

Spill response plans for oil trains: Major improvements needed in proposed rules

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A 90-car oil train with Bakken crude oil derailed and caught fire in Aliceville, Ala., in November 2013. Photo: John Wathen, Hurricane Creekkeeper
In late 2014, in the wake of a series of catastrophic oil and ethanol train derailments across the nation, the federal government announced that it was reconsidering whether robust “oil spill response plans” should be developed by railroads transporting dangerous substances.

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Sustainable Saturday Answers Your Hudson Anchorage Questions

Public comment period regarding proposed anchorage sites extended

Regulators order new environmental review of Albany crude terminal

River at Risk: Oil, Gas, Nukes Threaten New York Health

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