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Rich DePaolo

Spokesperson

Cayuga Lake Defense Fund

HQ Phone:  (607) 275-9054

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Cayuga Lake Defense Fund

P.O. Box 294

Ithaca, New York,14851

United States

Company Description

The Cayuga Lake Defense Fund (CLDF) is a member-supported citizen's organization dedicated to the improvement of Cayuga Lake and its tributaries. CLDF actively monitors water quality issues and public policy decisions that affect the Cayuga Lake watershed. B... more

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Employment History

Spokesman

Defense Fund


Affiliations

The Ithaca Journal

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Committee member and Ithaca Town

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D-3rd and Town of Ithaca

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Web References(72 Total References)


EPA's dismissal of LSC

cldf.org [cached]

The Defense Fund complained that it has memoranda stating Cornell or the DEC anticipated more algae growth from the project's discharge, but that the EPA didn't press Cornell to do anything about it, said Richard DePaolo, spokesman for the Defense Fund.
DePaolo said he intends to raise the Defense Fund's concerns with the public at the local meeting of the Cayuga Lake Watershed Intermunicipal Organization on Wednesday at Boynton Middle School. Comments from the public on the Cayuga Lake Preliminary Watershed Characterization will be taken at the meeting and by email until Jan 31.


cornellsun.com

"South Cayuga is worse off now than it was before Cornell's lake source cooling facility began," said Rich DePaolo, CLDF spokesperson.Citing recent high levels of phosphorous in the lake, DePaolo's organization contends that Cornell is polluting Cayuga lake through the water discharge coming out of the LSC facility.This input, he argues, is causing increasing levels of phosphorous, and thereby large algal blooms and seaweed mats throughout the southern lake area and its tributaries.When the University's project permit comes up for renewal in March of next year, DePaolo said his organization is going to fight to hold Cornell responsible for maintaining the current nine monitoring stations along the LSC system.


Cornell Daily Sun: Town Hall Meeting Evaluates Lake Source Cooling Project

www.cornelldailysun.com [cached]

"I think the jury is still out with the data being unavailable," said Rich DePaolo, a spokesperson for the Cayuga Lake Defense Fund, an organization which has been following LSC developments for the past five years.According to DePaolo, the University has partially misconstrued the facts about the effects of thermal impacts, an opinion that Jim Adams, director of utilities and energy management, rejected.Although the report seemed relatively optimistic, DePaolo said that the community still has many concerns about the LSC and thinks that Benchmark's results have been informative.


Cornell Daily Sun: Town Hall Meeting Evaluates Lake Source Cooling Project

www.cornellsun.com [cached]

"I think the jury is still out with the data being unavailable," said Rich DePaolo, a spokesperson for the Cayuga Lake Defense Fund, an organization which has been following LSC developments for the past five years.According to DePaolo, the University has partially misconstrued the facts about the effects of thermal impacts, an opinion that Jim Adams, director of utilities and energy management, rejected.Although the report seemed relatively optimistic, DePaolo said that the community still has many concerns about the LSC and thinks that Benchmark's results have been informative."[Werthman] is doing the best he can do with very limited data," DePaolo said.Copyright © 2003 by The Cornell Daily Sun, Inc. All rights reserved.


MTBE Contamination

www.cpatompkins.org [cached]

A Letter to the DEC by Walter Hang and Richard DePaoloRichard DePaoloCayuga Lake Defense Fund


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