Thursday, April 5, 2012

Top 2 environmental news stories for PA & NJ - 4/5/12




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In Pennsylvania

Energy Firm a Romney stop Ryan Andrews hopes to show GOP presidential front runner Mitt Romney how his shale-gas related business in Tunkhannock fits with big themes in 2012 election Times Leader

Municipalities get expedited hearing in suit against state shale law
The seven municipalities challenging the state's new law governing natural gas drilling activities get their day in court next week Post-Gazette


In New Jersey



Greenwood Lake water level failing to recover
The bi-state Greenwood Lake Commission is praying for rain. Without significant rainfall soon, Greenwood Lake may not entirely recover from this past winter’s five-foot drawdown N.Jersey.com


NJ touts plan to reduce pollution at Essex incinerator In late March, the Christie administration trumpeted an agreement that would lead the Essex County garbage incinerator to sharply reduce pollution from its facility in the Ironbound section of Newark. It probably would not have happened if the public and citizen groups, had not intervened NJ Spotlight 

 


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