John Quigley

Latest stories

1d
The Scranton Times-Tribune
Letters to the EditorThe rain is falling over my little piece of Penn’s Woods. I am sad. A cloud loo
Letters to the Editor
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted yesterday
The rain is falling over my little piece of Penn’s Woods. I am sad. A cloud looms over the commonwealth. The loss of John Quigley as secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection should be recognized for what it. For me, he was a... Read more
1d
The Scranton Times-Tribune
Not easy being green at Capitolfrom both sides of the aisle are pleased by the recent resignation of Departmen
Not easy being green at Capitol
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted yesterday
from both sides of the aisle are pleased by the recent resignation of Department of Environmental Protection Secretary John Quigley. So are polluters, which is the more important point. Mr. Quigley resigned under pressure after an email from... Read more
1d
The Scranton Times-Tribune
YOUR OPINIONThe rain is falling over my little piece of Penn’s Woods. I am sad. A cloud loo
YOUR OPINION
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted yesterday
The rain is falling over my little piece of Penn’s Woods. I am sad. A cloud looms over the commonwealth. The loss of John Quigley as secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection should be recognized for what it. For me, he was a... Read more
1d
TribLIVE
DEP rescinds $8.9 million fine against Range ResourceDEP declined Tuesday to answer questions about what prompted the agency's chang
DEP rescinds $8.9 million fine against Range Resource
TribLIVE / Posted yesterday
DEP declined Tuesday to answer questions about what prompted the agency's change from blunt language by then-Secretary John Quigley that clearly blamed the methane contamination on the Marcellus shale driller. “We are currently investigating... Read more
1d
Philly.com
What's the (bleep)ing problem with caring about Pa.'s environment?say that we want elected officials who care. Unless they actually do. That real
What's the (bleep)ing problem with caring about Pa.'s environment?
Philly.com / Posted yesterday
say that we want elected officials who care. Unless they actually do. That really freaks us out. Consider the case of one John Quigley, who until last week was head of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, and who seems to be... Read more
2d
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Quigley victim of smear campaignto wit: A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth gets its pants on.
Quigley victim of smear campaign
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 2 days ago
to wit: A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth gets its pants on. Right now, no one knows that better than John Quigley, who resigned as Department of Environmental Protection secretary on Friday. Full disclosure: John is a friend... Read more
2d
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
DEP official's private email had urged groups for 'pushback'and Republicans of "shilling" for the natural gas industry amid policy battles
DEP official's private email had urged groups for 'pushback'
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
and Republicans of "shilling" for the natural gas industry amid policy battles over drilling and power plant pollution. John Quigley, a longtime environmental advocate, resigned Friday after Wolf's office disclosed that it was looking into the... Read more
4 related stories
2d
York Daily Record
Pa. DEP leader had urged groups for 'pushback' in emailand Republicans of "shilling" for the natural gas industry amid policy battles
Pa. DEP leader had urged groups for 'pushback' in email
York Daily Record / Posted 2 days ago
and Republicans of "shilling" for the natural gas industry amid policy battles over drilling and power plant pollution. John Quigley, a longtime environmental advocate, resigned Friday after Wolf's office disclosed that it was looking into the... Read more
4 related stories
2d
The Hill
House Dem leaders back chemical safety overhaulmay end up playing a very important role in what happens with the CPP," Morrise
House Dem leaders back chemical safety overhaul
The Hill / Posted 2 days ago
may end up playing a very important role in what happens with the CPP," Morrisey said. TELL US HOW YOU REALLY FEEL: John Quigley, secretary of Pennsylvania's Department of Environmental Protection, resigned Friday, just as a scandal was... Read more
2d
The Morning Call
Email undoes Tom Wolf's environmental secretaryand Republicans of "shilling" for the natural gas industry amid policy battles
Email undoes Tom Wolf's environmental secretary
The Morning Call / Posted 2 days ago
and Republicans of "shilling" for the natural gas industry amid policy battles over drilling and power plant pollution. John Quigley, a longtime environmental advocate, resigned Friday after Wolf's office disclosed that it was looking into the... Read more
4 related stories
2d
TribLIVE
Ex-DEP secretary’s email mixes profanity, criticism of environmental groupsof environmental groups HARRISBURG — In a profanity-laced email, former Depart
Ex-DEP secretary’s email mixes profanity, criticism of environmental groups
TribLIVE / Posted 2 days ago
of environmental groups HARRISBURG — In a profanity-laced email, former Department of Environmental Protection Secretary John Quigley blasted environmental groups for inaction on legislative efforts delaying oil and gas regulations. Quigley... Read more
2d
Philly.com
DEP secretary's toxic email: 'Where the f--- were you?'according to a copy of the message obtained by The Inquirer and Post-Gazette.
DEP secretary's toxic email: 'Where the f--- were you?'
Philly.com / Posted 2 days ago
according to a copy of the message obtained by The Inquirer and Post-Gazette. "Where the f--- were you people yesterday?" John Quigley, the secretary of of the Department of Environmental Protection, wrote on April 12 to environmentalist groups.... Read more
4 related stories
5d
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Ex-mayor Quigley leaves post following email probeJohn Quigley, Gov. Tom Wolf’s environmental protection secretary, has resigned
Ex-mayor Quigley leaves post following email probe
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 5 days ago
John Quigley, Gov. Tom Wolf’s environmental protection secretary, has resigned Friday afternoon. Wolf confirmed Quigley’s resignation during an interview with The Associated Press. Although not disclosing the reasons behind his resignation, the... Read more
2 related stories
5d
The Morning Call
Pennsylvania environmental secretary resignsenvironmental chief resigned Friday following disclosure he sent an email criti
Pennsylvania environmental secretary resigns
The Morning Call / Posted 5 days ago
environmental chief resigned Friday following disclosure he sent an email critical of the governor and advocacy groups. John Quigley, secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection, stepped down a day after the online news service... Read more
5d
TribLIVE
Gov. Wolf says environmental protection secretary resignsWolf says environmental protection secretary resigns Pennsylvania Department o
Gov. Wolf says environmental protection secretary resigns
TribLIVE / Posted 5 days ago
Wolf says environmental protection secretary resigns Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Secretary John Quigley talks to Tribune-Review staff about the upcoming year for the DEP at the Trib offices on the North Shore,... Read more
5d
Philly.com
Did email from Pa. DEP chief cross a line?his objectivity, according to a source close to the administration. In an emai
Did email from Pa. DEP chief cross a line?
Philly.com / Posted 5 days ago
his objectivity, according to a source close to the administration. In an email from a private account sent this spring, John Quigley, Wolf's secretary for the Department of Environmental Protection, expressed frustration to environmental groups... Read more
12d
The Morning Call
Pennsylvania prepares for Zika as weather warmscarrying the Zika virus are found in any significant numbers, an eradication ca
Pennsylvania prepares for Zika as weather warms
The Morning Call / Posted 12 days ago
carrying the Zika virus are found in any significant numbers, an eradication campaign would become very personal, said John Quigley, secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. "We will literally have to go house to... Read more
13d
Philly.com
As weather warms, Pa. prepares for Zikacarrying the Zika virus are found in any significant numbers, an eradication ca
As weather warms, Pa. prepares for Zika
Philly.com / Posted 13 days ago
carrying the Zika virus are found in any significant numbers, an eradication campaign would become very personal, said John Quigley, secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. "We will literally have to go house to... Read more
5 related stories
13d
FOX 43 Harrisburg
Wolf Administration Increases Zika Surveillance Plans; Risk of Contracting Virus in Commonwealth Currently Very Lowpotentially associated with Zika transmission and implementing control measures
Wolf Administration Increases Zika Surveillance Plans; Risk of Contracting Virus in Commonwealth Currently Very Low
FOX 43 Harrisburg / Posted 13 days ago
potentially associated with Zika transmission and implementing control measures when necessary,” said DEP Secretary John Quigley. “We are working very closely with the Department of Health to ensure the safety of our citizens.” Zika is a... Read more
14d
CommonDreams.org
Nebraska Farmer Leaders in Keystone XL Battle Call for 100% Clean Energy for Allthe average American family $260 dollars per year in energy costs and another $
Nebraska Farmer Leaders in Keystone XL Battle Call for 100% Clean Energy for All
CommonDreams.org / Posted 14 days ago
the average American family $260 dollars per year in energy costs and another $1,500 per year in health care costs. Artist John Quigley, who created the crop art with the Tanderups, said, "It was an honor to work again with true American heroes Art... Read more
14d
Lowell Sun
Brush show celebrates National Park Service centennialJames Keefe, Margo Lemieux, Maria Luongo, Richard Marion, Anne McNevin, Vincent
Brush show celebrates National Park Service centennial
Lowell Sun / Posted 14 days ago
James Keefe, Margo Lemieux, Maria Luongo, Richard Marion, Anne McNevin, Vincent Parent, Daniela Pasqualini, David Phoenix, John Quigley, Darcy Schultz, Lisa Shea, Margot Stage, Don Sullivan, Margo Thach, Robert Thurlow, Michal Truelsen, Bruce Wood... Read more
16d
York Daily Record
What the Perdue soybean plant means for York Countypulmonary disease, he said. The plant is permitted to release up to 208 tons o
What the Perdue soybean plant means for York County
York Daily Record / Posted 16 days ago
pulmonary disease, he said. The plant is permitted to release up to 208 tons of hexane per year, said DEP Secretary John Quigley. Leak detection and repairs will be required to keep hexane leaks at a minimum, and four areas where hexane gas... Read more
20d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
CCC rules out examining Shirley Finn's murderto actually go back further and look at the Finn case." Mr O'Callaghan said he
CCC rules out examining Shirley Finn's murder
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 20 days ago
to actually go back further and look at the Finn case." Mr O'Callaghan said he was also surprised that Labor politician John Quigley and a former police officer with vital information about the case did not come forward at the time. Mr Quigley,... Read more
20d
TribLIVE
Drillers growing leery of Pa. rules, business leaders tell legislatorslevels and volume of permits can affect processing times, and both of those var
Drillers growing leery of Pa. rules, business leaders tell legislators
TribLIVE / Posted 20 days ago
levels and volume of permits can affect processing times, and both of those vary from office to office.” Secretary John Quigley last week addressed the complaint that “DEP can't turn around permits” during a visit with Tribune-Review... Read more
20d
WGAL 8 Susquehanna Valley
DEP approves controversial soybean plant in Lancaster Countyincludes the most stringent emissions limitations for any soybean processing fa
DEP approves controversial soybean plant in Lancaster County
WGAL 8 Susquehanna Valley / Posted 20 days ago
includes the most stringent emissions limitations for any soybean processing facility in the country,” said DEP Secretary John Quigley. “During our review, DEP carefully analyzed all the data using the best available science. We also considered... Read more
2 related stories
20d
FOX 43 Harrisburg
DEP approves Lancaster County soybean oil extraction facilityincludes the most stringent emissions limitations for any soybean processing fa
DEP approves Lancaster County soybean oil extraction facility
FOX 43 Harrisburg / Posted 20 days ago
includes the most stringent emissions limitations for any soybean processing facility in the country,” said DEP Secretary John Quigley. “During our review, DEP carefully analyzed all the data using the best available science. We also considered... Read more
2 related stories
23d
Lowell Sun
Pops return signals spring in both Boston and Lowellmusical and, in the process, divide the school. Featured actors include Andrew
Pops return signals spring in both Boston and Lowell
Lowell Sun / Posted 23 days ago
musical and, in the process, divide the school. Featured actors include Andrew Costa, Amanda Botelho, Erin McAnespie and John Quigley. Tickets are $15, adults; $10, students/seniors at the door. THEATRE MARATHON: Image Theater of Lowell presents... Read more
24d
TribLIVE
Contentious proposals for Pa. gas industry sensible, DEP chief saysindustry sensible, DEP chief says Despite a fight-filled first 15 months leadi
Contentious proposals for Pa. gas industry sensible, DEP chief says
TribLIVE / Posted 24 days ago
industry sensible, DEP chief says Despite a fight-filled first 15 months leading Pennsylvania's top oil and gas watchdog, John Quigley says there's room for collaboration with the industry on regulations. Working with gas companies and advocates... Read more
28d
The Scranton Times-Tribune
State installing air monitors in drilling areasmonitor fine particulate matter, or particles in the air about one-thirtieth th
State installing air monitors in drilling areas
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 28 days ago
monitor fine particulate matter, or particles in the air about one-thirtieth the width of a human hair. DEP Secretary John Quigley called the new monitoring sites an “unprecedented expansion” of air quality monitoring prompted by ongoing... Read more
28d
TribLIVE
Sensors to aid air monitoring near natural gas compressors in Pa.’s rural areaseight counties is home to fracking sites. “We simply don't have data on air qu
Sensors to aid air monitoring near natural gas compressors in Pa.’s rural areas
TribLIVE / Posted 28 days ago
eight counties is home to fracking sites. “We simply don't have data on air quality in these areas,” said DEP Secretary John Quigley in a statement. “We need that data and monitoring capability to help us understand whether or not there are... Read more
30d
WPXI Pittsburgh
DEP cites Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority for unapproved water treatment changeall data from April 2014 to January 2016, the period the authority used caustic
DEP cites Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority for unapproved water treatment change
WPXI Pittsburgh / Posted 30 days ago
all data from April 2014 to January 2016, the period the authority used caustic soda, and the rest of 2016," DEP Secretary John Quigley said in a written press release. "We have put PWSA on notice that its unilateral decision to change treatment... Read more
30d
TribLIVE
Pennsylvania DEP says Pittsburgh utility violated drinking water standardsthe data we have available there is not currently an imminent threat to the pub
Pennsylvania DEP says Pittsburgh utility violated drinking water standards
TribLIVE / Posted 30 days ago
the data we have available there is not currently an imminent threat to the public because of this change,” DEP Secretary John Quigley said. Lisa Daniels, who heads DEP Bureau of Safe Drinking water, said PWSA was in compliance with water... Read more
m
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Pennsylvania regulators approve new gas, oil industry rulesofficials say the changes will add costs and could threaten businesses. Enviro
Pennsylvania regulators approve new gas, oil industry rules
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 1 months ago
officials say the changes will add costs and could threaten businesses. Environmental Protection Secretary John Quigley says the fears are exaggerated. Environmental advocacy groups supported the proposed rules, although many say... Read more
2 related stories
m
Philly.com
Pennsylvania regulators approve new gas, oil industry rulesofficials say the changes will add costs and could threaten businesses. Enviro
Pennsylvania regulators approve new gas, oil industry rules
Philly.com / Posted 1 months ago
officials say the changes will add costs and could threaten businesses. Environmental Protection Secretary John Quigley says the fears are exaggerated. Environmental advocacy groups supported the proposed rules, although many say... Read more
2 related stories
m
The Lewistown Sentinel
Pennsylvania regulators approve new gas, oil industry rulesofficials say the changes will add costs and could threaten businesses. Enviro
Pennsylvania regulators approve new gas, oil industry rules
The Lewistown Sentinel / Posted 1 months ago
officials say the changes will add costs and could threaten businesses. Environmental Protection Secretary John Quigley says the fears are exaggerated. Environmental advocacy groups supported the proposed rules, although many say... Read more
2 related stories
m
TribLIVE
Pa. commission OKs environmental rules for drillingindustries have done in the past,” said Larry Schweiger, president of statewide
Pa. commission OKs environmental rules for drilling
TribLIVE / Posted 1 months ago
industries have done in the past,” said Larry Schweiger, president of statewide advocacy group PennFuture. DEP Secretary John Quigley said he was pleased to see the rules move “closer to the finish line.” Legislators interested in stopping the... Read more

People in this news