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2008
May-June 2008 Mountain State Sierran

Our Political Endorsements, the Wild Mon Wilderness Bill and a proposed quarry in the Eastern Panhandle hightlight this is of your Mountain State Sierran

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Wild Monongahela Act Advances Through House of Reprsentatives

by Dave Saville, WV Wilderness Coalition
Historic legislation moves through committee but loses Cheat Mountain proposed wilderness

WESTERN GREENBRIER COGEN PLANT SAGA CONTINUES

by Beth Little, WV Chapter Energy Committee
Coal proponents try to keep a bankrupt idea alive via public funding and petitioning Senator Byrd

2008 WV Legislative SessionWrap-up from WV Environmental Council

by Donald S. Garvin, Jr., WVEC Legislative Coordinator
Another up and down legislative season that finally produces an anti-mountaintop removal bill

Comment Period and Public Hearing set for North Mountain Shale Quarry in Berkeley County

by Paul Wilson, Barb Miller and Wendy Hudock
North Mountain Shale Hoping to Open “North Mountain Quarry” in Gerrardstown

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Fight PROPOSED North Mountain Quarry

by Wendy Hudock
Chapter Members in the Eastern Panhandle: Help SAVE One Mountain!

The Chair's Corner

by Regina Hendrix
Blair Mountain, the 2008 Election Season, the TRAILCo Powerline and more are highlighted in the Chair's comments in this issue of the Mountain State Sierran

   
   

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