Credit: BY KURT MOFFETT, REPUBLICAN-AMERICAN |
17 June 2012 ~~
The Connecticut Siting Council has received 41 requests for a hearing regarding the state’s newly proposed wind regulations.
All of the requests are from residents living in either Prospect or Colebrook, the two towns where the first commercial wind farms in Connecticut were proposed.
Siting Council Staff Attorney Melanie Bachman has said if the council receives 15 requests, it will schedule a hearing. The council next meets Thursday and Bachman said setting a hearing is on the agenda.
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BY KURT MOFFETT, REPUBLICAN-AMERICAN |
17 June 2012
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