Woodstock wants DEC as lead agency to review Kingston water deal

Woodstock supervisor Jeremy Wilber announced October 14, that he had sent a letter to the Department of Environmental Conservation urging them to take over as lead agency in the State Environmental Quality Review of plans for the proposed city of Kingston water sale to Niagara Bottling, which seeks to build a manufacturing plant on part of the former IBM campus in the Town of Ulster. Kingston is proposing to sell up to 1.75 million gallons of water a day from Cooper Lake to the bottling plant.

Kingston’s water supply originates in Woodstock, traveling from Cooper Lake through pipes . . .

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