Attorney General Richard Blumenthal to discuss transmission lines crossing Long Island Sound at March CAC meeting

Stamford, CT, March 12, 2003 – Connecticut State Attorney General Richard Blumenthal will discuss his environmental and legal concerns relating to power transmission lines crossing Long Island Sound at tomorrow’s Citizens Advisory Committee meeting of the Long Island Sound Study. The meeting is being held at the Stamford Government Center. The Long Island Sound Study Citizens Advisory Committee is a volunteer organization that provides ongoing advice to federal, state, and local government agencies in Connecticut and New York who are working to implement a plan to restore and protect the Long Island Sound. The Connecticut Co-chair is John Atkin, president of Save the Sound, a nonprofit environmental advocacy, research and education organization with offices in Connecticut and New York. The New York co-chair is Nancy Seligson, a member of the board of directors of the Federated Conservationists of Westchester County.

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