The testing involved 477 people whose private drinking water has been contaminated with PFOA or who lived near or worked at the former Chemfab site in Bennington that is considered the source of the chemical.
The revisions concern wording meant to prevent development of a wind farm on a nearby ridge, on property owned by Travis and Ashley Belisle.
Company officials are investigating the destruction of a rare sunflower along the pipeline and are submitting a justification for omitting wetlands from a permit application. The Public Service Board has barred public participation in an upcoming hearing.
Trout Unlimited, the Vermont Natural Resources Council, The Nature Conservancy and Lake Champlain International say the dam will damage fish habitat.
State biologists have said the dam in Craftsbury needs to come down. But a now-retired state official told the man who built the dam that he could do so without obtaining permits, an attorney for the man said recently.
The Department of Fish and Wildlife has for four years urged Swanton managers to fix the sluice gate, after a small section of the Missisquoi River below the dam dried out and a number of fish died, including some that are endangered.
Instead of a label identifying genetically engineered ingredients — as Vermont had required in its law that went into effect July 1 — the bill allows food processors to print a toll-free number or a digital code on labels that consumers can use to get more information.
Tests showed PFOA levels of up to 7,200 parts per trillion at Champlain Cable — 360 times the 20 parts per trillion maximum concentration allowed by state law.
The company and its opponents disagreed Friday over whether the issue of alleged permit violations, even if resolved in the company’s favor, could sink the $166 million pipeline project through delays.
The poll also asked likely voters which candidate they planned to back in the gubernatorial primaries.
Customers who feed solar power back into the grid would be required to pay customer service charges.
Some Coke products could be temporarily unavailable.
In a long-awaited decision, the court said this first stage — nearly three dozen homes and 200 condos, plus a base lodge and commercial buildings — will actually improve water quality in nearby Roaring Brook.
Critics hoped to retain language that would have declared a public health emergency over wind turbines noise, but wind advocates say there is no good evidence supporting claims that the sound endanger human health.