Credit: BY PENELOPE OVERTON REPUBLICAN-AMERICAN,
13 October 2011 ~~
NEW BRITAIN – The Connecticut Siting Council asked the public to outline what they want new wind project regulations to look like Thursday.
The afternoon forum, which attracted only six speakers, is the first step in creating rules on where new wind turbines can be built. The council faces a June 2012 deadline.
It plans to release draft regulations in December.
BY PENELOPE OVERTON REPUBLICAN-AMERICAN,
13 October 2011
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