Algonquin Pipeline project’s impact on Westchester’s Blue Mountain Reservation under review

by Elizabeth Ganga for LoHud.com

The Westchester Board of Legislators is holding meetings Wednesday and Thursday to explore the impact of the work on the county park. The project, which will replace 26-inch pipe with 42-inch pipe, has sparked a major opposition movement from residents and elected officials along the route. Westchester Deputy Parks Commissioner Peter Tartaglia told legislators that the department is concerned about the impact outside the existing easement.

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