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Lia MacDonald shows her dad, Dan, how it’s done at the Pound Ridge Recreation Department’s fishing program last Saturday at the pond in Town Park.

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EDITORIAL

Close the loophole on fracking waste

Four years ago, Westchester legislators unanimously passed legislation prohibiting hydraulic fracturing waste from being treated in the county or used to deice its roadways. Now a group of state senators and assemblyman are asking Gov. Andrew Cuomo to direct the Department of Environmental Conservation to implement a similar ban statewide. We agree that all New Yorkers deserve these protections from the significant environmental and health risks posed by fracking waste.

Current state law classifies fracking waste as “industrial” rather than “hazardous” materials, creating a loophole that oil and gas producers can exploit. And they have.

Over the past six years, five landfills in New York state have accepted approximately 590,000 tons of solid fracking waste and 23,000 barrels of liquid fracking waste from operations in Pennsylvania, according to environmental experts.

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Race Day

Normally quiet Katonah was bustling Saturday morning as runners took their marks on the starting line of the annual Katonah 5K. The road race, hosted by the Katonah Village Improvement Society, drew over 150 participants. 

The 5K was followed by a kid’s one-mile race. Approximately 50 children ran the mile. 

Kathy Campbell, who recently moved to Katonah with her family, ran the road races with her husband and two sons.  Read more >

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Young runners take off from the starting line of the 1-mile race.