Proposed pipeline meetings to be held in January

COBLESKILL, N.Y. — New York is allowing people to join in the conversation on a controversial natural gas pipeline that would go through Schoharie County.

Three public hearings on the pipeline are being held in different parts of the state next month.

Schoharie County residents can give comments January 14, at the Bouck Theater at SUNY Cobleskill.

The pipeline is meant to ease the demand for natural gas in the northeast, but those opposed feel the 124-mile pipe would ruin fields, forests, and other natural sites.

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