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Streamed live on Mar 11, 2014
Click SHOW MORE for easy-access segment index. --- This is the first time Shaleshock Media has assembled crew and equipment to a stream a live event with multi-camera high definition video switching, including powerpoint slides.
CREDITS: Produced by: Shaleshock Media and Gas Free Seneca Video Engineer: Cris McConkey/Cris McConkey Productions Audio Engineer : George Gleason/George's Pro Sound Director/Switcher: Bill Huston Camera: Eddie Rodriguez, Susan Walker, John Dennis Live Stream: Llewellyn Lafford Lighting/Stage: Maggie Field Production Coordinator / Floor Director: Faith Muirhead, Gas Free Seneca
5:50 Pre-forum press conference with representatives of 100 local businesses 1:05:30 Opening remarks by Bob Fitzsimmons, Hector resident 1:10:00 Moneen Naismith, Earthjustice attorney (overview of the issues) 1:23:20 100 local businesses stand up for a gas-free Seneca Lake 1:24:20 Doug Hazlitt, co-owner of Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards, on the potential impact of LPG storage on local agriculture and tourism, along with Michael Warren Thomas (Savourlife.com), Will Ouweleen (Eagle Crest Vineyards), and Sam Argetsinger (Argetsinger Vineyards) 1:43:28 Dr Richard Young, distinguished service professor (emeritus), Dept of Geological Sciences, SUNY Geneseo 2:11:10 Paula Fitzsimmons, local physicians' assistant, and 2:19:03 Dr Maria Mainolfi on the potential health impacts of an LPG storage facility 2:27:25 Dr John Halfman, water quality expert and research scientist, Finger Lakes Institute Hobart William Smith Colleges 2:41:40 Steve Churchill, Seneca County Board of Supervisors, on local government's role and why all residents should be concerned 2:56:57 Schuyler County legislator Mike Lausell on lack of an emergency plan 3:04:33 Margie Rodgers, one of the Seneca Lake 12 and Seneca Prayer Walker, on the importance of getting involved 3:13:57 Sandra Steingraber, biologist, author, cancer survivor, activist 3:21:38 Concluding remarks, Q&A period