Press Clips

Following are recent press clips from national publications that relate to PEER issues, campaigns and news releases.


MISMANAGEMENT ALLEGATIONS AT PEARL HARBOR MEMORIAL

From: KOB 4

"A September 2013 park service report said there was "at minimum" no transparency in the way tickets were distributed. The report, which was obtained under the Freedom of…

PEARL HARBOR MEMORIAL: POOR MAINTENANCE, CHARGING FOR FREE TICKETS AMONG REPORTED MANAGEMENT FAILURES

From: San Jose Mercury News

"The report, which was obtained under the Freedom of Information Act by the nonprofit group Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, outlined how…

COMPLIANCE STANDARDS CREATE FALSE SENSE OF CYBERSECURITY AWARENESS

From: Search Compliance

"Failure to conduct a proper risk assessment, combined with basing security and safety on a compliance checklist, may have been a key factor leading to the 2010…

$34 MILLION FIBER-OPTIC CABLE POSSIBLE FOR YELLOWSTONE AND GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARKS

From: ActionHub

"The campaign to “Go Digital” will be different in every park, and some think that it makes sense in heavy tourist attractions such as Yellowstone and Grand Teton. Others…

INYO SUPES TO VOTE ON ADVENTURE TRAILS PILOT PROJECT

From: Sierra Wave

"While the project has generally enjoyed wide-spread support among the public and especially with local business owners who hope to see a positive economic impact…

FEDS SEEKING DAMAGES AGAINST DUPONT FOR CONTAMINATION IN POMPTON LAKES

From: NorthJersey.com

"“While we are pleased that the Fish and Wildlife Service will exact compensation for environmental damages, the long-suffering people of Pompton Lakes will still…

WHO IS THE REAL SPECIAL INTEREST?

From: Ocean City Sentinel

"The battle over the proposed 22-mile natural gas pipeline leading to the B.L. England power generating plant in Upper Township is complicated. It is a fight…

CLIFFORD WILSON NAMED INTERIM SECRETARY OF FLA. DEPT. OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

From: Saints Peters Blog

"The Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility study two years ago said DEP had become essentially nonfunctional under Vinyard’s stewardship, reporting…

ETHICS COMPLAINT PART OF FIGHT OVER $90 MIL PIPELINE

From: Ocean City Sentinel

"As the committee was about to dismiss the complaint based upon counsel’s recommendation, Bill Wolfe, a former analyst for the New Jersey Department of Environmental…

EDITORIAL: PARK SERVICE SHOULDN'T PAY FOR INTERNET IN YELLOWSTONE

From: Bozeman Daily Chronicle

"You know you’ve turned a big corner in the tech world when talk starts circulating about introducing wireless Internet service deep into the interior…