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Rail bridge safety records report card remains incomplete

On patrol: Existing anchorage at Hyde Park

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Hudson River off Hyde Park. (Photo: John Lipscomb / Riverkeeper)
Looking south just before sunrise Monday morning, as we pass the existing, authorized anchorage for commercial vessels at Hyde Park. No vessels were anchored here. None were here the evening before, when we arrived from Ossining. If this existing authorized anchorage is underutilized, what is the need for 43 additional berths? See Riverkeeper’s information hub on the proposed new Hudson River anchorage grounds, and read our fact check on industry’s claims.

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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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