KINGSTON – In a sort of Catch-22, wind turbine developer Mary O’Donnell is seeking help from the Board of Selectmen so that she can get paid for producing wind energy per agreement with the town.
However, town counsel recommends that the Board of Selectmen hold off on making a decision on awarding her the credits in the form of kilowatt hours that she needs to fulfill her obligations without a formal agreement in place to protect the town’s interests.
Selectmen agreed to hold a special meeting once an agreement is reached. The meeting may be scheduled with 48 hours’ notice.
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