Katie Quinn-Jacobs's Articles (15)

Notes on Borger Discussion at Agenda Mtg 20200813 (Posted in public comments on Town of Dryden site.)

I have lived in the township for 18 years. My husband and I raised three sons and built a house and a homestead farm here. I live, as a crow flies, about 2 miles from the Borger compressor station located on Ellis Hollow Rd. I am a member of and volunteer for both Mothers out Front (an environmental advocacy group) and the Town’s Safety & Preparedness advisory committee.

As one of the Dryden re

This is a the draft of the Tompkins County Energy Strategy, what could be considered a Green New Deal for the county.  Anne Rhodes was kind enough to pass this on to us.

 Tompkins County Energy Strategy

Draft, June 2019

When the 2020 energy strategy was first prepared in 2010 it identified ten local actions, that when taken together with other local, state and federal actions, would lead the community to reduce its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions at least 20 percent by 2020, the first incr

Project Objectives • Use best available technology to locate and measure atmospheric concentrations of methane emissions from Ithaca’s natural gas pipeline distribution system • Use same technology to measure atmospheric concentrations of methane emissions from known point-sources, both biogenic and thermogenic
The Department has prepared a draft permit and has made a tentative determination to issue a renewal of the Title V permit held by Borger Station, for the natural gas compressor station located at 219 Ellis Hollow Creek Road in the Town of Dryden, NY. This permit renewal includes the installation of two new, low NOx natural gas turbines (5 and 6) which will be equipped with post combustion oxidation catalysts for control of organics. After the new turbines commence operations, existing, higher-e
"The Compendium of Scientific, Medical, and Media Findings Demonstrating Risks and Harms of Fracking (the Compendium) is a fully referenced compilation of the evidence outlining the risks and harms of fracking. It is a public, open access document that is housed onthe websites of Concerned Health Professionals of New York (www.concernedhealthny.org) and Physicians for Social Responsibility (www.psr.org). The four earlier editions of the Compendium have been used and referenced all over the world