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Burning Issue

What happens when an upstate New York paper mill that wants to burn tires for fuel runs into worried Vermonters who fear that prevailing winds will carry dangerous chemicals across Lake Champlain and far into New England?

IP mill in Ticonderoga, N.Y.
By Stephen Kiernan
March 26, 2006

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FROM THE ROOFTOP of the International Paper mill in Ticonderoga, New York, the view to the east is postcard-pretty: Lake Champlain lies silver in the valley, rolling hills shape the near lands of Vermont, and in the distance stand some of the highest peaks of the Green Mountains. (Full article: 3855 words)

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