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Friday, December 30, 2016

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Politician accuses Cuomo of attempting to bribe the Legislature

By Carl Campanile
New York Post
December 27, 2016 | 1:50pm

A veteran Democratic lawmaker is accusing Gov. Cuomo of attempted “bribery”

Continue reading via this link to the New York Post

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Thursday, December 22, 2016

Panel gets update on projects, business park

By STEVE VIRKLER
JOHNSON NEWSPAPERS
DECEMBER 22, 2016

During a discussion on the county’s potential wind projects, Mrs. Swearingin suggested that it will be worth monitoring President-elect Donald Trump’s stance on renewable energy subsidies.
Mr. Virkler said it is very clear the wind projects won’t happen without incentives like the federal wind tax credit ...

Clayton committee reviews comments about

proposed wind law


By MARCUS WOLF
Watertown Daily Times
DECEMBER 22, 2016  


CLAYTON — The Town Council’s Zoning Ordinance Review Committee evaluated public comments pertaining to the proposed local wind law Monday at its third meeting.

Wednesday, December 21, 2016


The Conservative Case for Nuclear Energy

                                                                                        Commentary by Robert Bryce


Aerial view of Wolfe Island Canada Industrial scale wind project
 
It’s reliable, safe, and, unlike solar and wind, doesn’t eat up huge swathes of land.

As the Trump transition team prepares to take power in Washington, they should be making the conservative case for nuclear energy. Continue reading via this link to the Manhattan Institute

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Avangrid (Iberdrola)  tells the NYS PSC ~   Substantial New Renewable Resources Need to be Developed in Upstate New York and Additional Transmission between Upstate and Downstate is needed as well.

Avangrid (Iberdrola) Proposes a solution to the Upstate to Downstate transmission problem.

The Connect New York Project: AVANGRID’S Proposed High-Voltage Direct Current (“HVDC”) Upstate to Downstate Transmission Link


Friday, December 16, 2016

Wind turbines hinder military readiness, state lawmaker argues


By Asher Price - American-Statesman Staff

Suggesting that wind turbines can hinder military readiness, a Texas lawmaker has proposed barring wind farms near some military installations. Continue reading via this link to My Statesman


Thursday, December 15, 2016


Election deals blow to wind

Opinion / Commentary
Rutland Herald
December 15,2016


Election Day was bleak for the future of ridgeline wind power in Vermont. The outcome of local, state and national voting signaled a vote of no-confidence in the growth of utility-scale wind power in the Green Mountain State. Continue reading via this link to the Rutland Herald

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

  Obama Executes Wind-Turbine Conservation regulation that Allows the Slaughter of Thousands of Eagle’s

Obama’s  legacy
The Legal Slaughter
of Our Country's Symbol of Freedom

This past friday The Obama administration extended the length of permits  allowing  Industrial Wind Facilities to slaughter eagles for a 30 year duration.

Friday, December 9, 2016


Supervisors attempt to unite towns against Article 10

By Marcus Wolfe
Watertown Daily Times
December 9,2016


BATAVIA — The town supervisors from Clayton and Somerset will attempt to form a coalition of town councilmen and challenge the constitutional authority of state Public Service Law Article 10. Continue reading via this link to the Watertown Daily Times
BP Protest  Cape Vincent NY 2012 

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Former DEC biologist wants Apex Clean Energy to conduct new avian mortality studies



By Marcus Wolfe
Watertown Daily Times

December 8,2016

A persistent opponent of the proposed Galloo Island Wind project has told the Public Service Commission that the developer’s avian mortality studies are outdated and need to be redone.
And he attacked his former agency for altering report results to diminish their importance.

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Multibillion energy giant targets private emails, texts in Tuscola County  



Posted by Andrew Dietderich on December 7, 2016 | Tuscola County Advertiser


NextEra Energy Resources L.L.C. has set sights on private emails, texts, and voice mails as part of an effort to find “potentially impermissible communications” among newly elected officials in Almer and Ellington townships.

Jonathan Lauderbach, attorney from the Midland office of Warner, Norcross & Judd L.L.P., sent an email to an attorney representing Almer and Ellington townships just three days after new officials took office in both jurisdictions. Continue reading via this link to the Tuscola County Advertiser

Niagara County Legislature endorses Collins wind bill

By Thomas Prohaska
The Buffalo News
December 6,2016

LOCKPORT — The Niagara County Legislature on Tuesday endorsed Rep. Chris Collins' bill that would in effect block a proposed local wind power project.

The Legislature is concerned that the presence of wind turbines proposed for sites in the towns of Somerset and Yates, some 25 miles from the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, would interfere with operations there and tempt the Pentagon to place the base on a closure list the next time Congress directs military cutbacks. Continue reading via this link to the Buffalo News

Monday, December 5, 2016

Galloo Island Wind ~ Letter to Public Service Commission Outlines Concerns ovrer Corrupted Findings Statement



Link here to read attached letter

link here to make a comment to the Public Service Commission

JCIDA approves UTEP, loan and the new JCLDC vice chairman



By MARCUS WOLF
Watertown Daily Times
DECEMBER 5, 2016  

WATERTOWN — The Jefferson County Industrial Development Agency Board of Directors on Thursday approved the final draft of its revised uniform tax exemption policy and a loan for Current Applications Inc. and appointed Donald D. DiMonda as vice chairman of the Jefferson County Local Development Corp. Continue reading via this link to the watertown Times

Sunday, December 4, 2016

Small town officials say Cuomo's ethics rule is misplaced






  2010~ Protesting Cuomo's lack of ethics
Italian American Club Watertown Ny 
By Joe Mahoney / CNHI State Reporter 
Dec 2, 2016

ALBANY -- An ethics rule advanced by Gov. Andrew Cuomo requiring all elected officials to disclose their personal incomes is meeting resistance outside the capital where critics question why small town leaders must pay for the sins of state officials.

The Democratic governor has provided no details of the initiative other than to…


Friday, December 2, 2016


Where the Bully Winds Blow

New York governor Andrew Cuomo's renewable-energy plan will require forcing small towns to build turbines against their will.


Robert Bryce
December 01,2016

On the surface, the fight over renewable-energy siting in western New York looks hopelessly mismatched. Governor Andrew Cuomo—the scion of a Democratic political dynasty and the leader of a state with nearly 20 million residents—is pushing a scheme that will require the state’s utilities to derive 50 percent of their electricity from renewables by 2030. Cuomo’s highest-profile opponent is Dan Engert, the Republican supervisor in the Niagara County town of Somerset—population 2,700. Last year, Engert won a third term by garnering about 400 votes. So, yes, Cuomo versus Engert looks like a mismatch. But here’s a tip: don’t bet against Engert and his allies.  Continue reading via this link to CJ, City Journal

Thursday, December 1, 2016