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Tag Archives: Save Prospect Corp.

Proposed turbine regulations blown away

PROSPECT — The Planning and Zoning Commission on Wednesday rejected proposed regulations for industrial grade wind turbines in town, citing reasons that included they’re too restrictive. The commission voted, 5-0,…

Save Prospect President Tim Reilly asks the Prospect Town Council for money to offset his group's legal fees at a council meeting June 7. He later rescinded his request.
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Save Prospect rescinds call for town reimbursement

PROSPECT — Save Prospect Corp. has retracted its request for the town to reimburse it for expenses incurred in the fight against industrial wind turbines in Prospect. Save Prospect President…

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Save Prospect wants town to help pay legal bills

PROSPECT — After a lengthy fight against the Wind Prospect project, Save Prospect Corp. has racked up some hefty legal fees. According to Save Prospect President Tim Reilly, the group’s…

Wind farm foes rally at siting council office

PROSPECT — A local group opposed to a West Hartford company’s proposal to build two wind turbines off New Haven Road assembled Thursday afternoon outside the Connecticut Siting Council’s New…

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Save Prospect Corp. calls for investigation of BNE loan

A group of Prospect residents dedicated to defeating two, proposed commercial wind turbines in town has claimed that a loan given to BNE Energy for the project was approved under…

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Siting Council hears pleas

PROSPECT — Supporters and opponents of Wind Prospect finally got their chance to plead their case before the Siting Council.
The Connecticut Siting Council came to Prospect last week to get a first-hand look at the site for two proposed wind turbines off of Kluge Road.

“This gives us an idea what’s here-wetlands, vistas-all those things that anyone would consider just looking at the land itself,” said
Daniel Caruso, chairman of the council, following a walk through of the site Feb. 23.

Dozens of people, including neighbors opposed to the project holding signs, greeted the council as they pulled down Kluge Road and made the trek with them through snow and mud for a look at where the proposed turbines will stand.

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Hearing on wind turbine moratorium draws blusterous crowd

HARTFORD – Don Quixote may not need to do battle with his hulking giants anytime soon if opponents of proposed wind turbine projects in Prospect and Colebrook have their way….

Industrial wind turbines not safe for residential neighborhoods

A group of residents in the town of Prospect is facing the prospect of their lives changing irrevocably if BNE Energy succeeds in having its petition to build two industrial…