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BP releases map of wind project sites  

BP Alternative Energy today released an image of proposed sites for wind turbines and power lines for the Cape Vincent Wind Project; however, the public may get a better view early next week when BP plans to post the image on its Web site, BP project manager James H. Madden said.

While the map is preliminary, he said, it represents a large move forward in the project process.

The proposed turbines, overlayed on a U.S. Geological Survey map with outdated road names, were spread around the town along red power lines. Their locations were bounded on the southeast by the Lyme town line, on the northwest by wetlands, and elsewhere by a proximity to Lake Ontario and other waterways.

Madden said the company plans to use an updated map as soon as possible.

Watertown Daily Times

31 July 2008

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