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Otsego 2000 wins attorney’s fees in wind suit  

The Stark and Warren town boards have abandoned their appeals from the decision in Brander et al v. Town of Warren Town Board et al, Otsego 2000 reported today.

Supreme Court Judge Donald Greenwood in Syracuse had ruled the project was approved by the town boards in violation of state law: The SEQR Act and the Open Meeting’s Law.
The latest move means Otsego 2000 and the other plaintiffs will have their attorney’s fees covered, said Douglas H. Zamelis, lawyer for the petitioners.

Jordanville Wind, a subsidiary of Community Energy, which is now a subsidiary of Iberdrola, has refiled its application with the Public Service Commission for a smaller project.

The Freeman’s Journal

20 June 2008

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