Thursday, March 31, 2011

COOPERSTOWN AND AROUND: Hall Of Fame Also Says No To Fracking

The Freeman’s Journal
CGP student Amanda Monahan shows Claire Nolan, 15, how to make an origami crane at the Cooperstown PTO’s Crayon Carnival Saturday, March 25, at Bursey Gym.    The cranes were a fundraiser for tsunami victims in Japan.  (More photos, A4)

The National Baseball Hall of Fame has come out against hydrofracking for natural gas, completing the Clark entities united front against the process.  (See statement, A4)

NO FRACKING:  Sen. Tony Avella, D-New York City, has introduced state Senate Bill 4220-2011, which would ban hydrofracking.

NEW JUSTICE:  The Village Board named Gary Kuch, the former CCS principal and Worcester superintendent, as village justice, replacing Enid Hinkes.  He is spouse of newly elected trustee Ellen Tillapaugh Koch.

SIGN OF SPRING:  The Fly Creek Cider Mill opens Friday, April 1, for its 155th season.

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