Milan councilwoman addresses Columbia crowd
Milan town board member and activist Marion Mathison spoke to the gathering at the Churchtown Firehouse, estimated to be about 300 people.
Panelists take questions
Following the formal presentations, Panelists Marion Mathison, Greg Quinn, Hayley Carlock and Will Yandik took questions from the audience.
No monster power lines
Activist Linda Drahushuk (holding sign) sells signs and t-shirts, the money collected will offset expenses.
Ian Solomon is the leader of Farmers and Families for Claverack and was the organizer of Saturday's event.
Posted: Sunday, January 26, 2014 12:30 am
CHURCHTOWN — Snowfall and slippery roads didn’t stop more than 300 concerned residents and officials from attending a power line informational meeting Saturday morning at the Churchtown Firehouse.
The meeting was organized by Ian Solomon, leader of Farmers and Families for Claverack, with help from Pam Kline, leader of Farmers and Families for Livingston. The purpose of the meeting was to disseminate information regarding the proposed power line upgrades, which are part of Gov. Cuomo’s state Energy Highway.
Sunday, January 26, 2014 12:30 am.