[EcoWatch Editor’s note: In October 2014, over massive citizen opposition and in spite of serious health and safety concerns raised by independent scientists, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission gave final approval to Houston-based Crestwood Midstream to expand gas storage in unlined salt caverns along the shores of Seneca Lake in the heart of New York’s wine country. The caverns are left over from a century of salt mining.
Thought this was an Onion piece for a while. Bizarre! I am guessing that judges are elected there?
Seems to me it is more likely to be an appointed judge who got a quid pro quo appointment for which he is obviously unsuited.