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Oil train concerns shared up north

August 30, 2014 | The Daily Gazette | People from the low-income neighborhoods bordering the Port of Albany aren’t the only ones worried about the volume of volatile crude oil passing daily through the port.

At least one oil train a day is arriving on Canadian Pacific tracks that come through the Champlain Valley, often passing just yards from the shore of Lake Champlain. Communities like Willsboro and Port Henry, while on the plains east of the great mountains, are within the Adirondack Park.

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