BP - The Beast is Dead!
Can you believe it?
A small band of over –the-hill misfits beat the fourth largest corporation in the world and saved their town. Congratulations to all my readers and all those people who have supported and commented on issues related to wind development and wind corruption. February 26 will long be remembered as the date in our history where the redcoats were sent packing the third time in 250 years!
Thank you all!
Saturday, September 20, 2014
Friday, September 12, 2014
Cape Vincent Democrats endorse Marty Mason for another attempt at a town council run. Continue reading at this link
Cape Vincent Videos of 2011 Illegal Voter ID Law
Resolution ~ Illegal Voter ID Law
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Sunday, September 7, 2014
Sunday, August 31, 2014
Or so I thought , after a recent review of the data from the tracking service that monitors the visitors that come to my Energy Valley blog I noticed an inordinate amount of interest in Marty Mason. Considering Mr. Masons past actions as a wind conflicted town councilmen supporting wind development in Cape Vincent, could this activity be related to another scheme concerning some type of large scale industrial development for Cape Vincent?
The tracking data showed that 75 out of 500 visitors searched for Marty Mason’s Railroad Property deed and /or his electric power line options. This level of interest and the number of searches was very unusual. Here is a little background for those of you that are not familiar with Mr. Mason’s industrial wind dealings.
Thursday, August 14, 2014
TIMES STAFF WRITER
|View from behind TI Park fire department|
|TI Park Mercantile Art & Toy store|
|The picture above was hanging on the wall in the mercantile, it survived the fire .|
It is an artists rendering of Rainbow Street East
as it looked before it was devastated by fire
|TI Park Post office|
|Interior view of TI Park Post office|
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
|Don Metzger Wind Warrior|
Thursday, July 24, 2014
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Shark sighting at the mouth of the St. Lawrence river?
There are reports that a Bull shark has been sighted off the shores of Wolfe Island Canada, where lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence river meet .
Check out the video below and the story at this link
It remains to be seen if this is really a Bull Shark or just a species of Sucker.
Friday, July 4, 2014
Tuesday, July 1, 2014
Help the Thousand Islands Scenic Assessment Project find out where the best scenery is in the 1000 Islands by taking the following short survey of images from around the region. The survey doesn’t take a lot of time and allows you to quickly rate pictures of the wide range of scenery that makes our area special and helps drive our economy.