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bob young April 15, 2014 at 06:45 PM
I'd like to know who is with me on this. The poles are hideous monstrous structures which will look Read Morefar worse once all the wires have been strung.
PW RES April 16, 2014 at 09:48 PM
I am with you .... but I dont think our local politicians are with us at all. PSEGLI has done aRead Morereal ly good job at fear-mongering and scaring ppl into obsessing over blackouts and paying for undergrounding wires outside of their neighborhoods. (even though we are constantly paying for work done outside of our towns!) There is a TONH meeting next Tuesday night - they allow public comment for the first half hour. Just show up - you get three minutes to say your talking points and then you can leave after the 30 mins. Doesnt take much of your time, but can make a big impact.
Arguendo April 17, 2014 at 02:45 PM
Here we go. "PSEG Upgrade Stalled -- State judge backs the town’s stop-workRead Moreorder&qu ot; By Joanne Pilgrim | April 17, 2014 - 1:37pm East Hampton Town’s stop-work order against PSEG Long Island, the utility whose transmission line upgrade has prompted a public outcry here, was upheld on Monday in State Supreme Court, Riverhead. Acting State Supreme Court Justice Ralph Gazzillo denied PSEG’s request for a temporary restraining order that would have allowed it to continue work at the substation. Construction at an Old Stone Highway, Amagansett, power substation will therefore remain stalled, although the utility’s request for a preliminary injunction to prevent the town from further interference is yet to be decided. Meanwhile, Long Island Businesses for Responsible Energy, a new group formed to fight PSEG’s installation of high-voltage wires and large poles along town and village residential streets, has hired lawyers and plans an April 26 meeting in order to gather plaintiffs to sue PSEG." http://easthamptonstar.com/News/2014417/PSEG-Upgrade-Stalled
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