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Alerts and Events: New York
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Spaghetti Dinner Saturday, Nov. 9th, 5:00–8:00 PM Bellevue VFW, 6104 Hwy 20 $8 for adults and $4 for children 2019 Sportman’s Raffle Numerous other great raffles from area vendors Benefits fund legal counsel to oppose Republic Wind Seneca Anti-Wind Union Erie-Huron Anti Wind
For further information, visit saveourbeautifullake.org Also see: Icebreaker Binder at na-paw.org
Offshore Alert! Leedco’s First Fresh Water Lake Energy Scam energizes international watchdog agencies: More resolve that the Great Lakes are NOT doomed to become another “green energy basket case” “WHOSE MONEY IS BEING SPENT ON A PROJECT THAT HAS NOT EVEN BEEN APPROVED, AND WHY IS DRILLING OF THE LAKE BOTTOM BEING PERMITTED AT THIS STAGE?” —Suzanne Albright, Great Lakes Wind Truth Plans are underway by Lake Erie Energy Development Corporation (LEEDCo) and Freshwater Wind, LLC to construct five massive . . .
Jefferson Community College will host a public forum Thursday on the state’s Article X energy law – a 2011 rule that allows the state to override municipal zoning laws for the siting of electrical energy generation facilities with more than 25 megawatts. The two-hour forum, which is free, will start at 6:30 p.m. in the Jules Center Amphitheater, Room 6-002, at JCC off Coffeen Street. Presenting the benefits of Article X that evening will be Assemblyman Kevin A. Cahill, D-Kingston, state . . .
We Have 20 Days to Stop Industrial Wind Turbines in Our Area!!!! 492 ft. Industrial Wind Turbines Do Not Have To Be Our Future Our area will be forever changed if we allow this project to go forward We don’t have to have it – and we don’t need it Turbines today – Fracking tomorrow We believe town laws have been disregarded – and we won’t stand for it! Remember 6 turbines will be only the beginning – Don’t let . . .
Response to Orangeville Supervisor, Susan May, Re: “Stony Creek” Swindle. (click image to enlarge)
The answer is not blowing in the wind! Not here! Not anywhere! Not for our body & soul Not for the water we drink Not for birds, bats and fish Not for our shoreline Not for our dollars and cents Not for our property values At risk: health – water safety – aesthetics – economics – birds/bats – vibration – noise Wind turbines cause huge environmental damage – They will not save the planet – Say NO – Contact your . . .