Continue reading "National Park Service review of power-line project likely to span 18 months"

Mar 21, 2009 Full story: Easton Express-Times

Despite news that a review of plans to string power lines through the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area will likely take at least 18 months, a spokeswoman for the project says she's still confident it'll be up and ready by June 2012.

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Nick Homyak

Hillsborough, NC

#1 Mar 23, 2009
Please no way it will ruin the whole experience this part of the world has had enough..Organic Act unimpaired for future generations.. NO WAY JOSE..Keep away from our national park

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