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Faulty sewers aren’t the half of New York’s water quality issues Daily Gazette reporter Stephen Williams did a good job combining the issues of hydrofracking and aged sewers in his Oct. 20 article, “DEC chief: Sewers huge concern.” He quoted state DEC Commissioner Joe Martens as saying that aging and crumbling sewers pose the major environmental challenge facing New York in coming decades. Mr. Martens commented on a recent sewer break in Newburgh that leaked ...


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wmarincic
October 29, 2012
7:54 a.m.

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Dealy-Doe-Eyes Maddux,

Wake up, put down the Kool-Aid and have a glass of Tea.

rjk1915
October 29, 2012
11:53 a.m.

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Why drag hydrofracking into a discussion of city sewers ?

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