Otsego 2000 Comments on Oneonta Railyards DGEIS

Otsego 2000 has submitted comments regarding the Draft Generic Environmental Impact Statement for the proposed Oneonta Railyards Project. We have voiced our concerns and present reasons why we believe the DGEIS is seriously flawed. The DGEIS fails to set thresholds and standards concerning future phases of the project which would require […] Read more »

Register for Free Historic Preservation Workshops!

Otsego 2000 is offering three workshops on historic architecture, historic window restoration and repair, and NYS historic tax credits for homeowners, thanks to support from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. Register for one or […] Read more »

Otsego 2000 Challenges FERC Decision to Ignore GHG Impacts

Otsego 2000 Files Appeal in DC Circuit Court Challenging FERC Decision to Ignore GHG Impacts On Monday, November 26th, Otsego 2000 filed an appeal to the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, challenging the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) decision permitting Dominion Transmission Inc.’s New Market Project to proceed. Otsego 2000 […] Read more »

Otsego 2000 Seeks Court Review of FERC Decision Ignoring Climate Impacts

On May 18, 2018 the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued a decision regarding greenhouse gas emissions. It stated that the federal agency will no longer evaluate reasonably foreseeable greenhouse gas impacts associated with the upstream production or downstream consumption of natural gas when reviewing pipeline projects. Otsego 2000 has […] Read more »

Solar and Renewable Energy Policy

  Otsego 2000 is dedicated to protecting the historic, environmental and agricultural resources of  Otsego County and the greater Otsego Lake region. We call for energy conservation to reduce reliance on fossil fuels. We strongly support solar energy development that is compatible with our agricultural resources and environment. Read our […] Read more »

Spring Recipes from the Market

Time to plan some new Spring menus, after that long, cold winter. We have lamb and chicken recipes for the spring and so much more. Visit our recipe page and choose from dozens of scrumptious appetizers, main courses and desserts. Then shop the Cooperstown Farmers’ Market for all the ingredients you will need. Don’t forget to set […] Read more »