OV students documenting town’s role in state protest

SOUTH OTSELIC – In 1988, the small South Otselic School District became embroiled in a heated battle with the state over the location of a low level radioactive waste facility. Now more than 20 years later, students are working to document the actions of the community and the role they played in preventing the facilities from being located in New York.

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