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Brown, P., and E.J. Mikkelsen. 1990. No Safe Place: Toxic Waste, Leukemia, and Community Action. Berkeley: University of California Press.


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Coleman, J. 1957. Community Conflict. Glencoe, Ill.: Free Press.

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Cortland County Low-Level Radioactive Waste Office. 1991. Presentation to the New York State Low-Level Radioactive Waste Siting Commission Regarding Its Site Selection Plan Procedures, presented by C. Monaco, July 19, Albany, N.Y.

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--> Various newspaper and trade press articles relating to low-level radioactive waste in New York State and the Northeast. Cortland County Low-Level Waste Office, Documents Submitted to the National Research Council Board on Radioactive Waste Management's Committee to Review New York State's Siting and Methodology Selection for Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal, three submissions: Submission Number 1: LLRW Articles, Volume 1, Numbers 1-24, 3/28/90-1/3/91 LLRW Storage Issues: Cortland's Perspective, 11/19/91-11/21/91 Cortland County LLRW Office Special LLRW Bulletin, 7/31/91 Cortland County LLRW Office Newsletter No. 1, 4/91 Cortland County LLRW Office Newsletter No. 2, 5/91 Cortland County LLRW Office Newsletter No. 3, 6/91 Cortland County LLRW Office Newsletter Nos. 4 and 5, 7/91-8/91 Cortland County LLRW Office Newsletter Nos. 5 and 6, 9/91-10/91 Cortland County LLRW Office Newsletter Nos. 7 and 8, 11/91-12/91 Implications of Psychological Research on Stress and Technological Accidents. American Psychologist, 6/93 Taylor Against LLRW: Presentation on the Issue of Incompatible Structures, 11/21/91 Excluded Areas Report: Johnson to Orazio, 8/10/92 Comments on Excluded Areas Report: Cote-Hopkins to CAC, 8/1/92 The Siting Commission Evaluation of Geology and Mines, 11/14/92 Evaluation of Geology and Mines, Follow-up Correspondence, Siting Commission to Snyder, 4/17/92 Evaluation of Geology and Mines, Follow-up Correspondence, Snyder to Siting Commission, 5/28/92 GIS Correspondence: Cortland County to Siting Commission, 5/2/91 GIS Correspondence: Cortland County to Siting Commission, 4/8/91 GIS Correspondence: Siting Commission to Cortland County, 3/25/91 GIS Correspondence: Cortland County to Siting Commission, 1/23/91 Public Participation/Administration Issues (File Composite): Cortland County to Semick, 8/15/91 Press Release: Cortland County Planning Department, 1/15/90 Articles from The Cortland Standard: County Comes Step Closer to Getting Siting Panel Report, 1/24/90 N-Dump Lawyer: No Facts in Report, 1/16/90 County Argues in Court to Obtain Siting Report, 1/17/90

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--> Dump Panel Defends Position in Report, 1/19/90 Siting Commission Defends Stance to Deny Public Access in Its Study, 1/22/90 Judge Ok's New Version of Report, 1/24/90 UUP Opposes N-Dump, 2/12/90 Professors' Union Calls for Orazio to Resign, 2/5/90 Remarks Insulting and Inflammatory, 1/26/90 Press Release from Cindy Monaco, 2/15/90 Judge Orders Report on N-Dump Released, 2/16/90 County to Get Crucial Dump Report in Entirety, 2/16/90 One Man's Experience, 1/19/90 Invitation Is Declined, 2/13/90 $200/Day to Doodle, 2/8/90 Providing a Forum, 2/13/90 Cuomo Budget Triples Nuclear Waste Dump Panel Funding, 1/26/90 Feuss: County Needs Info Before It'll Meet Commission, 1/26/90 Siting Panel Seeks Talks to Avoid Future Clashes, 1/25/90 State Allowed on Taylor Land Pending Appeal, 2/1/90 State Nuke Dump Panel Admits Credibility Gap, 2/1/90 Dump Test Document May Be Released to County, 2/1/90 N-Dump Panel, County to Meet, 2/7/90 Siting Team to Meet with County Officials Here, 2/7/90 Siting Commission Presents Plans, 2/11/90 Siting Process Is Not Legitimate, Undated (89-90) Mushrooms Unite, Undated (89-90) Both Sites Unsuitable, Undated (89-90) County, Siting Panel Share Data, 2/9/90 County Shown N-Dump Reports, 2/8/90 The Charade Continues, 2/9/90 N-Dump Meeting Disappoints County, 2/10/90 "Deeply Disturbed" by Feb. 9 Editorial, 3/5/90 County Officials: Editorial Was an Accurate Portrayal of Feb. 8th Meeting with Commission, 3/5/90 Reasons for First Dump Tests Changed, 2/27/90 Mr. Orazio Is Confused, 3/5/90 Protesters "Hold Off" at Reporter, 2/7/90 Weston Agrees to Fine in Fraud Case, 2/7/90 N-Dump Consultant Settles EPA Fraud Suit, 2/9/90 Technical Issues—Composite File: Correspondence:

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--> Cortland County to Murray, 4/10/90 Cortland County to Merges, 4/17/90 Cortland County to Merges, 1/2/90 DOH [New York State Department of Health] to Snyder, 1/11/90 Meeting Minutes: Consideration of Mines in Future Project Activities, 3/17/89 Correspondence: Weston to Goodale, 5/1/89 Preliminary Comments on "Report on Potential Site Identification," Michalski for Cortland County, 9/89 Jonathan Harrington: NYSLLRWSC's Selection of Candidate Areas in Taylor-Harrington for Cortland County, 11/15/89 Correspondence: USGS to Jarvis, 2/13/90 Sun Exploration & Production Co. to Jarvis & Johnson, 2/28/89 Michalski to Monaco, 1/3/90 Harrington to Monaco, 2/21/90 Michalski to Monaco, 2/21/90 Wesley/Ostmand to Monaco, 2/20/90 Miscellaneous Issues: Correspondence: Tupper to Heller, 2/23/90 Tupper to Heller, 1/10/90 Heller to Tupper, 1/24/90 Feuss to Dunkelberger, 10/10/89 Feuss to Dunkelberger, 10/2/89 Presentation by Cindy Monaco on behalf of Cortland County, 9/14/89 Correspondence: O'Mara to Orazio, 9/12/89 Dunkelberger to O'Mara, 2/12/91 DEC to Snyder, 11/20/89 Snyder to Schwartz, 10/31/89 Snyder to Eldridge, 10/31/89 Siting Commission to Snyder, 9/6/89 Cortland County to Eldridge, 4/16/90 Taylor Town Board to Orazio, 2/12/91 LLRW Opposition Endorsement List, 5/23/90 Cortland County to Goodale, 2/7/90 Siting Commission to Monaco, 1/29/90 Cortland County to Goodale, 1/9/90 Letter to the Editor: Pattern of Deceit Seen, 9/17/90

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--> Correspondence: Siting Commission to Feuss, 10/24/89 Rivest/SUNY Cortland to Monaco, 11/3/89 Hubbard/SUNY Cortland to Monaco, 11/9/89 Tompkins Cortland Community College to Monaco, 11/14/89 SUNY Cortland Tri Beta Statement on the Process of Siting a Radioactive Waste Facility, 5/20/90 Applegate to Cote-Hopkins, 10/31/89 An Informational Community Forum on the LLRW Dump, 11/13/89 Correspondence: Hubbard/SUNY Cortland to Monaco, 4/13/89 Hubbard/SUNY Cortland to Monaco, 5/5/89 WSKG to Monaco, 10/2/89 WNYP to Monaco, 10/10/89 Cornell University to Monaco, 5/16/90 Comment on Draft for Selecting a Preferred Method for Disposal of LLRW: Cortland County to Orazio, 6/7/93 USGAO: New York's Adherence to Site Selection Procedures Is Unclear, 8/92 Cortland County's Presentation to CAC: Economic Viability of a LLRW Disposal Facility, 9/22/93 Cortland County's Testimony Presented to the New York State Legislative Commission on Rural Resources, 10/1/92 Cortland County's Commentary on the New York State LLRW Siting Commission's Draft Strategic Plan for Public Participation for Method Selection, 10/20/92 Memorandum: Assemblyman Luster to All Senators and Members of Assembly, 12/29/93 Correspondence: Kaye to Luster, 12/27/93 Editorial: Money Is the Answer, 12/28/93 Submission Number 2: Binder No. 32: Cortland County's Comments and Considerations Regarding the LLRW Disposal Facility Siting Process, by Cindy Monaco Executive Summary, 11/15/89 Section 1: Comments Regarding the CAIR, 11/15/89

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--> Section 1, Appendix A: Comments and Considerations Regarding. the LLRW Siting Commission's CAIR, by Johnson and Jarvis, 11/15/89 Section 1, Appendix B: Questions from Cortland County presented at 21 March 1989 Technical Presentation Section 2: Comments on the Plan for Selecting Sites and Methods for Disposal of LLRW, 11/15/89 Section 3: General Observations with regard to the review of the Siting Commission Meeting Minutes, 11/15/89 Section 4: Siting Commission Responsiveness, 11/15/89 Section 4, Appendix A: 4 April 1989 letter from Cortland County Planning Department to New York State LLRW Siting Commission Section 4, Appendix B: 26 October 1989 letter to Dr. H. David Maillie and Health Questions Section 4, Appendix C: 1 November 1989 letter to Dr. Mortimer Heller from Cortland County Planning Department to New York State LLRW Siting Commission Section 4, Appendix D: 23 October 1989 letter to Jay Dunkelberger from James O'Mara Section 5: Comments Regarding the Report on Potential Sites Identification [RPSI], 11/15/89 RPSI: Summary of Previous Screening Steps, 11/15/89 RPSI: Overview of the Potential Sites Identification Process, 11/15/89 RPSI: Summary of GIS Screening of Candidate Areas, 11/15/89 RPSI: Limited Site Inspection, 11/15/89 RPSI: Information Received from Local Governments, 11/15/89 RPSI: Evaluation of Site-Specific Criteria, 11/15/89 RPSI: Comparative Assessments of Potential Sites, 11/15/89 Section 5, Appendix A: 31 October 1989 letter to Jay Dunkelberger from Cortland County Planning Department Section 5, Appendix B: 18 October 1989 letter to Bruce Goodale from Cortland County Planning Department Section 5, Appendix C: Status of Agriculture and Agricultural Districts on Identified LLRW Depository Sites in Cortland County, 10/10/89 Section 5, Appendix D: Specialty Geologic Consultant Sheets, 5/16/89 Section 5, Appendix E: Information from Sun Oil, 2/28/89 Section 5, Appendix F: 22 September 1989 letter to Cortland County Planning Department from Bruce Goodale Section 6: Aid to Local Government

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--> Section 6, Appendix A: Comments and Considerations with regard to the Host Area Benefits Package, by Schoeberl, Venet, Temple, Petrus, Cieri, and Monaco Appendix A: Fannie Mae Environmental Hazards Mortgage Eligibility Requirements and Underwriting Guidelines, 7/5/89 Statement by Ulster County LLRW Task Force, by Schoeberl Appendix B: Considerations for a Health Profile, by Cieri New York State LLRW Stream Analysis, by Hameister, 7/8/89 Submission Number 3: Binder No. 33: New York State DOH LLRW Information Program Examples and Public Responses DOH Letter to Citizens from Steve Gavitt and Radiation and Health Brochure, 8/89 Answers to Questions About Radiation and LLRW, 1/90 Editorial: Deception by Omission, 90 Letter to Rimawi from Monaco, 7/16/90 LLRW Report—Radiation and Health, by Monaco, 7/24/90 LLRW Report—Answers to Questions About Radiation and LLRW, by Monaco and Snyder, 7/25/90 Letter to Rimawi from Coalition on West Valley Waste, by Vaughan, 8/90 Letter to Gavitt from Monaco, 11/5/90 LLRW Report—Commercial Military Waste, by Monaco, 11/5/90 Memo to Cote-Hopkins from Feuss—Draft Proposal by New York State DOH, 11/7/90 Letter to Gavitt from CARD, by Weiss, 11/15/90 Letter to Monaco from Gavitt (DOH), Radiation and Health Brochure, 11/21/90 Letter to Rimawi from Don't Waste New York, by Weiss, 11/14/90 Letter to Gavitt from Cote-Hopkins, 11/16/92 Letter to Cote-Hopkins from Gavitt and LLRW Draft Documents—Fact Sheet and LLRW Disposal Overview, 9/24/92 Final Draft of LLRW Fact Sheet and LLRW Disposal Overview, 10/93