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Federal Register Highlights - 5/22/15

Unpublished, time-sensitive and proposed rules for May 22, 2015:

TEMPORARY RULE: The Coast Guard has issued a temporary deviation from the operating schedule that governs the Spokane Street Swing Bridge across the Duwamish Waterway, mile 0.3, at Seattle, WA. 1,037 more words

Daily Updates

Critical NRC meeting in Tarrytown Wednesday, May 20, 2015, 7 pm


Contacts:  Paul Blanch, nuclear expert, 860-922-3119

Suzannah Glidden, 914-234-6470, Co-founder, Stop the Algonquin Pipeline Expansion (SAPE) and Treasurer, Community Watersheds Clean Water Coalition… 682 more words


A plan to store natural gas under Seneca Lake

A plan is afoot to store natural gas in salt caverns beneath Seneca Lake, one of the world’s beauty spots, an important location for the New York wine industry and a source of fresh water for 100,000 people. 151 more words


Protest at FERC Scoping Session: FERC is a 'Rubber Stamp Machine'

by Susan Rubin, Letter to the Editor of The Patch

I was one of many voices last night that disrupted a Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) public “scoping session” with a singalong at the Yorktown Community and Cultural Center Sung to the tune of the Beatles’ Yellow Submarine. 15 more words


Transformer Fire at Indian Point Raises More Questions About AIM Pipeline Siting

by Assemblywoman Sandy Galef, Letter to the Editor of the Yonkers Tribune

ALBANY, NY – May 11, 2015 — This Saturday’s transformer fire at the  48 more words


Suit to stop Chespeake Bay from becoming a cesspool and powderkeg simultaneously

Groups Appeal Federal Approval of Cove Point Fracked Gas Export Facility

May 7, 2015

By Kelly Trout, Communications Director

Lawsuit charges that regulators illegally ignored the project’s impact on fracking, climate change, and the Chesapeake Bay…

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Calvert County

The Parrots of PennEast

As mentioned in PennEast SPAMS FERC preprinted postcards have been flooding the comment submissions.

The pre-printed postcards do have a place for people to include a real comment; however the majority of them do not bother. 703 more words