Cortlandt Officials Concerned About Gas Pipeline

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Cortlandt officials recently voiced their concerns about a proposed gas line and a high-voltage converter station.
Cortlandt officials recently voiced their concerns about a proposed gas line and a high-voltage converter station. Photo Credit: townofcortlandt.com

CORTLANDT, N.Y. -- Cortlandt officials voiced their concerns over the proposed Spectra/Algonquin Energy natural gas pipeline project that would run underground between Verplanck and Yorktown recently, according to theexaminernews.com. 

Officials cited concerns about the safety of the town as well as environmental and quality-of-life issues that could result from the pipeline, theexaminernews.com said. 

Town officials also voiced their concerns about a proposed 49-foot-tall, 1,000-megawatt high voltage converter station that would be built behind Letteri Field on Broadway, theexaminernews.com said. 

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