Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Environmental/Political news - May 29 07

NJ Politics - Primary will help reshape Trenton This is the year the young Turks take over. A dozen senators, many with decades of experience, and a handful of assemblymen have opted not to seek re-electionStar-Ledger NJ Environment - Utility official guilty in latest corruption trial A jury on Friday convicted former Western Monmouth Utilities Authority executive director Frank G. Abate, 60, of receiving thousands of dollars in free architectural services paid for by developers with applications pending before the WMUA AP Press PA Environment - Fearing a flood of toxins At the old Occidental chemical plant in L. Pottsgrove, near the banks of the Schuylkill River, landfills and man-made lagoons hold decades of industrial refuse, including vinyl chloride, a carcinogen, and dioxin, one of the world's most lethal substances Inquirer Interactive map of cleanup efforts New York/Nation/World - Biodiesel makers see opportunity in NY NY Times Lawmakers push big subsidies for coal NY Times Uranium windfall opens choices NYT

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