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Allegheny River

August 29, 2013

Dear editor: In 1992, three segments of the Allegheny River (86.6 miles) were designated a component of the Wild and Scenic Rivers System by Congress....

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Sep-04-13 7:33 AM

Riggle,I see people disagree with you. What exactly don't they agree with? or do they see a name and disagree.

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Aug-30-13 11:16 AM

Nothing ambiguous about my post. Anderson brought this up, but seems to want people to interpret what he means rather than explaining. Maybe he knows his audience and talks in code to them?? Wild and Scenic--recreation river-whatever--the Allegheny does not need poison dumped into it so someone else can make a profit. No excuses.

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Aug-29-13 11:41 AM

I'm confused. These designations are about not building new roads, dams, modifying river embankments etc... that will impact the river.

Riggle you're assumption is more about the clean water act. Not wild and scenic river designations.

Who's lying Harry and what about are they lying about? Why are you so aloof about your point?

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Aug-29-13 9:54 AM

Sounds like Harry wants to say that the "recreational" status of the Allegheny River means it's OK to dump all the heavy metal and radioactive material in it. If that isn't the point, then what is? Leanne Marten is gone and so is Steve Miller, long gone.

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Aug-29-13 7:27 AM

Interesting letter. you haven't said anything that I wasn't aware of.... what lies are you talking about, you do not mention this?

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