“At the Sept. 8 Duanesburg Town Board meeting, council member John Ganther announced that he will vacate his position in October. The town board did not discuss how or when his position would be filled. Duanesburg residents interested in learning more about this vacancy and possible nominations for the position may contact the town … [Read more…]
“” slide show from Disorient Public Talk Series at Burning Man 2022 Bruning, Lynne 1 September 2022.
“The town of Duanesburg has extended its moratorium on solar energy systems including battery energy storage systems another six months. The moratorium was set to expire in March, but now won’t end until September. The move comes as Duanesburg, like many other towns across the state, navigate their understanding of solar and the impact … [Read more…]
June 2022 OECD (2022), Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances and Alternatives in Coatings, Paints and Varnishes (CPVs), Report on the Commercial Availability and Current Uses, OECD Series on Risk Management, No. 70, Environment, Health and Safety, Environment Directorate. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) May 2, 2022 Bruning submission to the New York … [Read more…]
“The town of Duanesburg will hold a public hearing today on whether it should implement a one-year moratorium on solar energy systems including battery energy storage systems. The possible moratorium comes as the town continues to navigate the development process with Oak Hill Solar, which originally planned two five-megawatt solar arrays on a 40-acre … [Read more…]
“Do your diligence on plans for solar arrays Renewable energy is a magic show. Developers draw unsophisticated town boards’ attention away from controversy. Solar arrays are advertised as pollinator habitats, but the site plan calls for grass and permits pesticides. Developer’s promise the array won’t be visible, but the planting plan fails to hide … [Read more…]
“Duanesburg town officials are considering replacing the town’s 2016 solar law with a new one that requires more measures be taken by applicants of projects. Supervisor Roger Tidball said the new law would “tighten up” the 2016 law. “In 2016 we were one of the first towns in the Capital District to have a … [Read more…]
JUNE 1, 2021 Listen to recording of the public hearing 1:00 PM session https://duanesburgneighbors.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/2021-06-01-Town-of-Byron-Public-Hearing-Excelsior-Energy-Center-1PM.m4a Listen to recording of the public hearing 6:00 PM session https://duanesburgneighbors.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/2021-06-01-Town-of-Byron-Public-Hearing-Excelsior-Energy-Center-6PM.m4a Lynne Bruning public comment June 1, 2021. PDF New York State Department of Public Service Directory of Matter Management Case 19-F-0299 Judge Gregg Sayre Excelsior Energy … [Read more…]