Manufacturing

Restraining order stops NYCO test mining

By: KIM SMITH DEDAM

ELIZABETHTOWN — Environmental groups filed court challenge to APA, DEC permits allowing mine exploration on state land.

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Residents discuss NYCO plan for mines

By: KIM SMITH DEDAM

LEWIS — Expansion at 70 Road and Oak Hill mines would be in addition to exploration for ore on Lot 8.

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NYCO expansion eyed at Seventy Road and Oak Hill mines

Willsboro-based firm asks APA OK for added hours, truckloads

By: KIM SMITH DEDAM

---- — Additional mining hours and truckloads in the Town of Lewis are part of APA permit expansion request.

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International Paper Ticonderoga Mill Manager Chris Mallon, at a media event on Wednesday, talks about the papermaker's commitment to clean energy. He is flanked by New York Power Authority President Gil Quinienes (left) and IP Commercial Printing Papers Vice President John Sims. (Lohr McKinstry/Staff Photo)

IP improvements win low-cost power

By: LOHR McKINSTRY

TICONDEROGA — Ticonderoga paper mill will spend $100 million, with state providing 7.8 gigawatts of cheap power.

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Vt. board supports IP gas spur

Commission in Vermont OKs pipeline to mill

By: LOHR McKINSTRY

TICONDEROGA — Addison County Regional Planning Commission votes to endorse a natural gas pipeline that would serve IP's Ti mill.

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Ticonderoga leader wants Vermont support

Vermont to vote soon on energy line to Ticonderoga mill

By: LOHR McKINSTRY

TICONDEROGA — Addison County Regional Planning Commission of Vermont will vote soon on the IP gas pipeline.

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