State of the State Rally — Get on the Bus!

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There’s still room on the bus to head to the State of the State Rally on January 21! The bus  will depart Oneonta Bus Lines at 9:00 am, pick up in Cooperstown’s Doubleday Field at 9:30 am and at Sharon Springs’ Fire House at 10 am, so come join in […] Read more »

Press Release: High Volume Hydraulic Fracturing Banned in New York State

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  PRESS RELEASE December 17, 2014 Otsego 2000 is gratified by the decision taken today by Governor Cuomo and DEC Commissioner Martens to prohibit high volume hydraulic fracturing in New York State. Today, the Governor kept his promise to make the decision based on science. The acting Commissioner of Public […] Read more »

Final version of Compendium of Health Risks

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Concerned Health Professionals of New York and Physicians along with Scientists and Engineers for Health Energy  pulled together information on a growing body of health studies that have been issued since 2009, when the state Department of Environmental Conservation first issued its potential environmental roadmap for fracking. The groups produced its […] Read more »

Otsego 2000 Calls for Sign-ons to FERC Scoping Comments on Dominion New Market Project

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Nicole Dillingham, president of the board of directors, and Keith Schue, member of Otsego 2000’s Environmental Stewardship Committee, have prepared thorough and substantive comments on FERC’s scoping process with regard to the Dominion New Market pipeline expansion. This project, if allowed to move forward, would significantly expand the compressor station […] Read more »

Give the gift of local food & artisan wares this holiday season

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Gift Certificates for the Cooperstown Farmers’ Market   Give the gift of local food & artisan wares!     Cooperstown Farmers’ Market gift certificates can be bought anytime.  Contact Lyn Weir at Otsego 2000: Market @otsego2000.org or 547-6195   Cooperstown Farmers’ Market: Over 40 vendors Fresh produce, local meats, cheese, maple syrup, […] Read more »