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STB Rejects Interchange Railway Exemption Notices

August 3, 2005

* BREAKING NEWS 2005-08-03 16:48:19 *

SURFACE TRANSPORTATION BOARD DECISION

STB Finance Docket No. 34734 - NORTHEAST INTERCHANGE RAILWAY, LLC – LEASE AND OPERATION EXEMPTION – LINE IN CROTON-ON-HUDSON, NEW YORK

STB Finance Docket No. 34735 - GORDON REGER – CONTINUANCE OF CONTROL EXEMPTION – NORTHEAST INTERCHANGE RAILWAY, LLC

Decided:

The Surface Transportation Board is rejecting the notices of exemption filed in these proceedings because the class exemption process will not allow the Board to consider adequately matters that are likely to arise concerning the lease and operation transaction.

Download the decision here (Word). Read related comment here.

On August 3, 2005 7:29 PM, deepsix50 said:

Thank you for this information. Please don’t rip my head off here but the CCC1 newsletter has lots of files on the company and the issue of railroad transfer stations from Ohio and elsewhere including a loaner DVD made by the Our Lives count people about what we do to them by sending them pulverized CD waste. They have been declared a health emegrncy from the hydrogin sulfide gas that comes from ground up CD as much as I can understand the chemistry. CCC1 has lots of files on that gas too. It’s always good to know as much as you can about your enemy and these people are exactly that. Regus Cross Harbor is in a lot of trouble just about everywhere. They are as bad as Allied. There really isn’t any difference between them.

My grandmother had a great saying: You are known by who you are willing to sleep with. I’m glad we didn’t get into bed with these terrible people last year. One warning about the files. i only looked at a few of them and they are very hard to take. We dont need to export this poison to other people. Its time we got out of the waste business and I am Hopeful (This reader was BANNED from Crotonblog for comment spamming on 12/06/05, see “A Penal Process Known as Banishment… Explained”) we will.



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