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KEY AGENCY TO RULE ON CEMENT PLANT

Comment period quietly noticed on December 22nd

SURPRISE VISIT RANKLES HOLCIM AT H.Q.

St. Lawrence's parent company gives chilly reception to regional delegation

SIGNS OF THE TIMES

Click here for a larger snapshot of a new lawn sign atop Rossman Avenue in Hudson, hand-painted by Friends' executive director Sam Pratt.

Meanwhile, anti-plant lawn signs earned a mention in the New York Times' Escapes section, in an article about Salisbury, Connecticut:

DIRTIER NEW SLC PLANT DESIGN STILL 20% DIRTIER

Download a table estimating SLC's updated pollution figures in Acrobat (PDF) format by clicking HERE

DOCTORS DELIVER ANOTHER BLOW TO SLC

* In a new 55-0 vote, Columbia Memorial medical staff cite grave health risks associated with lowered stack

* CMH docs urge use of local wind data to fully assess potential harm to vulnerable patients

BENEFIT AUCTION IN COPAKE: FRIENDS OF HUDSON ITEMS

On Saturday, September 11th at 4 pm, Copake Auction Inc. will hold its annual Roe Jan Area Charity Auction to benefit local nonprofit organizations.

CROTTY COMES THROUGH: RULINGS SLAM SLC

ALBANY, 8 SEPT. 2004 -- DEC Commissioner Erin Crotty issued three strong rulings today, denying St.

DOWN FOR THE 3RD TIME: NYT BLASTS SLC AGAIN

In what is fast becoming an annual tradition, The New York Times editorializes for the third time against St. Lawrence Cement's vast, coal-fired plant proposal in Columbia County.

SLC VISUAL CHANGES RAISE ADDED HEALTH CONCERNS

Latest company spin on visuals is contradicted by its own statements on emissions controls

Click here to download a one-page factsheet on this news in PDF format

SLC SCHEDULES 'MAJOR' ANNOUNCEMENT ON WEDS

HUDSON -- St. Lawrence Cement says it will announce what it is calling a "major new development in the Greenport Replacement Plant" on Wednesday, August 18th at 11 am at the St. Charles Hotel.

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