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St. Lawrence River Towns Settle With NYPA

Town leaders along the St. Lawrence River approved a settlement Friday with the New York Power Authority as a part of its bid for a new license to operate its power dam near Massena. The $115 million deal includes recreational improvements, returns of land, and payments to St. Lawrence County and its towns affected by the power project. David Sommerstein reports the agreement ends years of often tense negotiations.  Go to full article

Make a Diffence Day: Helping a Nature Center Get Ready for Winter

Todd Moe talks with Mary Danboise at the Nature Center at Robert Moses State Park in Massena. Like lots of parks around the region, the Nature Center is preparing for winter, and asking volunteers to celebrate "Make a Difference Day" at the park tomorrow.  Go to full article

Army Corps of Engineers Seaway Study Hearing Held in Canton

The US Army Corps of Engineers explained its study of the St. Lawrence Seaway to a full house in Canton last night. After years of similar reviews and proposed changes, river residents are wary. Last night's presentation raised as many questions as it answered. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

PCB Dredging at Alcoa/Reynolds in Massena

Cleaning up a river bottom--The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Karen Kelly reports on the challenges of dredging PCBs form the St. Lawrence river at the former Reynolds plant near Massena.  Go to full article

People: PCB Dredging Project Manager Anne Kelly

David Sommerstein talks with EPA Project Manager Anne Kelly to get an update on dredging of PCBs at the former Reynolds plant near Massena.  Go to full article

People: Peter Owens, Author of Rips, a St. Lawrence River Historical Novel

A trip to an island on the St. Lawrence river for a chat with author Peter Owens. His family's island is the setting for a historical novel about life on the St. Lawrence during the French and Indian War. Todd Moe reports.  Go to full article

NYPA Relicensing Yet to Address Local Concerns

NYPA needs to submit its relicensing application to federal officials in October, but local interests still haven't offered their input. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

Clayton Antique Boat Show Draws Thousands

Last weekend thousands of people visited Clayton for the 37th annual Antique Boat show and auction--a chance to view St. Lawrence skiffs, launches and run-abouts. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

How to keep the Seaway Safe and Competitive

The head of the agency that runs the St. Lawrence Seaway says changes will have to be made to keep the Seaway safe and competitive. They could include rebuilding the locks and dredging deeper channels. But the agency has no plans for year-round navigation. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

Future Plans for the Seaway?Discussion with Albert Jacquez

David Sommerstein talks more with Albert Jacquez about future plans for the St. Lawrence Seaway.  Go to full article

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