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National Park Service Opposes Use of Outer Brewster Island for LNG

The Northeast regional director of the National Park Service told Gov. Romney in a letter that the proposed AES terminal on Outer Brewster Island would “have an adverse impact” on the surrounding environment and would “also set a dangerous precedent and
May 17, 2006

The Northeast regional director of the National Park Service told Gov. Romney in a letter that the proposed AES terminal on Outer Brewster Island would “have an adverse impact” on the surrounding environment and would “also set a dangerous precedent and send a message that units of the National Park System are available for exploitation.” However, an attorney for AES responded in a letter noting that other islands in the park allow commercial uses, including a water treatment facility and a fire training area. Read more in today’s Boston Globe.

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