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BEEKMANTOWN -- Residents are looking to blow back the wind-power project proposed for the Rand Hill Road area.
ALBANY, NY -- (03/30/2006; 1130)(EIS) -- In an effort to help solve New York State's electric transmission constraints, New York Regional Interconnect Inc. (NYRI), headquartered in Albany, announced today that it intends to file an application with the state's Public Service Commission to build a 200-mile high voltage direct current (HVDC) transmission line from Utica to Orange County.
Somerset, NY (PRWEB) March 30, 2006 –- The Windmill Committee of the Town of Somerset has completed the first drafts of legislation that will permit the construction of commercial Windmills by AES Somerset LLC, and of residential Windmills by the Town’s residents.
HARTSVILLE - Questions about the status of the wind power project in the Town of Hartsville dominated a special meeting Monday night.
BEEKMANTOWN -- The first in a string of hearings for Windhorse Power's proposed wind farm on Rand Hill Road was heard Wednesday by the Beekmantown Zoning Board at a meeting that lasted for hours.
The idea of windmills brings to mind bucolic Renaissance paintings of Dutch landscapes and tulip beds. But that is hardly the experience of some who have to live next to the 400-foot electricity-generating windmills being built across America's breezy plains.
A second proposal for wind farm development in Hartsville - devised by a group of town residents - will be explained at a meeting early next month.
BEEKMANTOWN, N.Y. -- About 100 people were at a Beekmantown Zoning Board meeting Wednesday night to voice their concern about a potential wind farm project, NewsChannel 5 reported.
HERKIMER — It is a matter of money.
BEEKMANTOWN -- More than 50 residents filled the usually sparsely attended meeting of the Beekmantown Town Council on Monday night.
Let me be clear from the start - we are not opposed to renewables. Our companies have been the beneficiaries of the state's most abundant form of renewable energy - hydropower. What we do object to is being forced to subsidize those renewables that are not cost competitive...............Adding significant amounts of wind power does not negate the need to add more baseload generation, to ensure system reliability during periods of peak demand. Until we add significant baseload capacity in this state we are not likely to reap the benefits of a truly competitive marketplace where supply will respond to demand.
Corning | The issue of wind farms is receiving a lot of scrutiny lately.
An opponent of wind farm opponents has caught the attention of Tom Golisano.
Town boards in Meredith and Bovina in Delaware County dealt with moratoriums on the installation of wind turbines at their meetings Tuesday.
HORNBY | A moratorium on wind turbine construction will likely be extended by Hornby town officials next month.
LOWVILLE, N.Y. - William and Patricia Burke have lived in their white Colonial-style farmhouse on the edge of the Tug Hill plateau for 36 years. And for 35 of those years they have cursed the winter wind as it whistled through every crack and hole in the house.
ARKPORT - In an effort to gain more knowledge about wind farms, the Hornellsville town board will host an informational meeting at 2 p.m. Tuesday.
A destroyer of natural landscapes and human health, or the solution to New York’s dependence on costly fossil fuels — that’s how wind farms were described as both opponents and advocates took turns speaking at a hearing last Tuesday before the Assembly energy committee.
Hartsville resident Steve Dombert discusses an alternative wind farm plan that could include assistance from Tom Golisano during the Hartsville town board meeting Wednesday night.
The Meredith Town Board appears to want to slow down the drive for wind turbines for a year to allow time for the town to study the issue that has led to the resignation of a town official.