BRSA takes down wind turbine construction crane, plans to ask appellate court to reconsider
In July 2012, the appellate court issued an injunction ordering the BRSA to stop construction and remove construction materials, including the 270-foot crane that would have been used to assemble the pieces of the turbine. The injunction came just days before the wind turbine components were set to be delivered.
August 15, 2012
by Chelsea Naso
in Matawan Aberdeen Patch
The Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority will ask the NJ Appellate Court to reconsider its recent ruling in favor of the Union Beach Planning Board, according to a report by The Independent.
On Aug. 10, the New Jersey Superior Court Appellate Division ruled that the Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority must seek site plan approval from the Union Beach Planning Board before finishing construction of their wind turbine.
The BRSA is a government agency that handles the raw sewage of eight towns, by transporting, treating and disposing it, and discharging cleaned water into the Raritan Bay. The authority performs this service for Union Beach,... [continue via Web link]