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Protecting the Park from Oil Trains

Capital News 9 - Capital Tonight
August 20, 2015

The issue of crude oil transport is raising concern in the country's largest state park. The Adirondack Council says the Chicago-based Iowa Pacific Holdings company plans to use the railway between Saratoga and Essex Counties to inspect and possibly dump old oil tankers in the park. The council is calling on Governor Cuomo to intervene. John Sheehan, Director of Communications for The Adirondack Council, joined us to explain.

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