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Morse Chain/Emerson Power Transmissions Clean-up Campaign - Archive News

Proposal for Emerson plant spurs debate - 11-30-2011
Ithaca's South Hill buoyed on TCE issue - 10-3-2011
DEC addresses South Hill toxins - 6-17-2010
DEC issues amended document on Morse Industrial pollution - 2-25-2009
Draft plan on South Hill cleanup available to public - 12-17-2007
Emerson: TCE at school from old NCR factory - 9-07-2007
Field work begins on South Hill Monday - 8-09-2007
Draft plan on South Hill cleanup available to public - 4-24-2007
Nice Home -- Tough Sell - 8-24-2005
Home shows TCE after mitigation - 7-07-2005
State admits Emerson slip-ups - 4-22-2005
Editorial: Ithaca can be a model - 4-21-2005
Editorial: TCE hearing: Why are we here today? - 4-21-2005
A brief history of the Emerson Power Transmission site - 4-21-2005
State to host contamination hearing - 4-20-2005
State committee to host hearing on local pollution - 4-09-2005
Emerson to expand water testing - 3-17-2005
Residents getting no satisfaction from state, Emerson - 3-17-2005
Editorial: Emerson, TCE and DEC Healthy cynicism prods government - 3-08-2005
State plots next step in cleanup - 3-04-2005
Public meeting called to hear Emerson results - 3-02-2005
DEC alters posture on Emerson - 2-23-2005
Morse Chain site to be reclassified - 2-03-2005
More S. Hill homes to be tested - 1-21-2005
Emerson paying for homeowner's gas remediation - 12-23-2004
Editorial: Toxic pollution requires decisive action right now - 12-20-2004
More South Hill toxins found - 12-14-2004
Tests show no toxic pollution from old factory site - 11-19-2004
Hinchey presses state DEC - 8-26-2004
Emerson may test 32 homes - 8-5-2004
Report: Emerson pollution includes very toxic substances - 7-28-2004
Emerson warns residents - 7-24-2004
Records detail decades of pollution - 7-06-2004
Editorial: Lingering traces of a bygone era - 6-22-2004
DEC wants more spill site tests - 6-02-2004
Emerson clean-up raises questions - 5-20-2004
Toxics watchdog urges clean-up - 5-19-2004