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GE report: Expanded Hudson River dredging not needed

In this photo taken in June 2013, a worker on the Hudson River dredging project shovels stone on a barge near the Route 4 Bridge.
In this photo taken in June 2013, a worker on the Hudson River dredging project shovels stone on a barge near the Route 4 Bridge.
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Despite pressure from environmentalists over the years, General Electric Co. believes that expanding its dredging project in the upper Hudson River isn’t needed. The company said as much in a 31-page report submitted to state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli on Friday afternoon. GE agreed in March to study the possibility of expanded dredging after DiNapoli, who serves as trustee of the state pension fund, asked the company to answer shareholder questions about whether it could reduce ...


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