Group that fought Niagara seeks cooperation with Kingston

The group Save Cooper Lake again urged action to prevent future exploitation of the town’s resources at the March 10 town board meeting, while the board also heard an update on the battle of the Radio Woodstocks.

While Niagara Bottling Company pulled out of a deal to buy Cooper Lake water to supply a bottling plant in the town of Ulster, Liz Simonson of Save Cooper Lake told the board a company with deeper pockets may be more willing to fight. She suggested a partnership with the city of Kingston, which maintains Cooper Lake as a municipal water supply . . .


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