Credit: By RICK BRAND,
29 May 2012 ~~
The Suffolk County Water Authority board last night dropped plans to erect a controversial wind turbine near Southold Town’s Laurel Lake after an analysis showed it would take two decades for the $500,000 investment to pay off.
The board let the proposal lapse without taking action, as the deadline for accepting it expires June 9. Under the proposal, Northern Power Systems would have installed…
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By RICK BRAND,
29 May 2012
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