|Date of Publication Date (Descending) Date (Ascending)||Page|
|3M plan unveiled, but is it enough?||September 5, 2002||p1A/10A|
|A salty tale of road salt shortages||January 22, 2004||p14A|
|An environmental health education session was held at Oliver Middle School||December 6, 2001||p1A|
|Area students are invited to enter the annual I*MA*GREEN*NATION celebration||January 20, 2005||p2A|
|Attorney Masry, Edward L. in town talking to Brockport residents about possibility of representing them in an industrial contamination case||February 15, 2001||p1A|
|Brockovich-Ellis, Erin has more celebrity on the way, a REACH spokesman says||July 26, 2001||p1A|
|Brockport facility receives a statewide award||November 16, 2006||p1A/8A|
|Brockport families allege toxic wastes generated by 3M, General Electric Co., Black & Decker were discharged into ground and surface areas of former sites||April 5, 2001||p1A|
|Brockport gets funds for environmental improvement project around canal||March 16, 2000||p6A|
|Brockport Village Board created a Tree Board to develop a plan for tree maintenance and preservation||April 14, 2005||p2A|
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