BATH ““ A legal action aimed at stopping a Town of Cohocton wind energy project will be heard Tuesday in state Supreme Court in Steuben County.
Judge Marianne Furfure is scheduled to hear arguments brought by Cohocton Wind Watch. The anti-windmill group contends that the Town of Cohocton did not comply with the State Environmental Quality Review Act when it modified its zoning law to allow a project proposed by developer UPC Wind.
The hearing is scheduled for 10 a.m.
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