Public says little at wind-park hearing
Few spoke up at recent public hearings on Marble River Wind Farm's supplemental environmental impact statement.
September 16, 2007
by Suzanne Moore
in The Press Republican
ELLENBURG -- Few spoke up at recent public hearings on Marble River Wind Farm's supplemental environmental impact statement.
"One landowner got up and praised (the project) because it's helping the community out and helping the farmers," said Ellenburg Town Supervisor James McNeil.
He said 25 or so people showed up for the hearing.
Horizon Wind Energy, in partnership with AES-Acciona Energy NY, LLC, wants to build 88 wind turbines in the Town of Clinton and 21 in Ellenburg as part of its Marble River Wind Farm.
Still with various permits to come, the project would follow on the heels of Noble Environmental Power's wind-energy... [continue via Web link]