Editorial in the Times Herald Record: "Stories are starting to appear about how this is the sixth - and final - year of General Electric’s cleanup of the PCB mess it created in the Hudson River. We say, what’s your hurry, GE?
The mess was a long time in the making and the cleanup was a longtime in coming. At this point, the most important thing is to get the job done right. That means getting as much of the PCBs out of the river as possible, even if it means going beyond the scope of a federal Superfund project that includes the Hudson River dredging."
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