A proposed solar project in the town of Farmington is moving forward.
The planning board approved the development with some conditions during a December 16th meeting.
The next steps include forming a decommissioning plan, which must be completed by the Town Board and Planning Board together.
According to Bridget O’Toole, partner at the Zoglin Group PLLC, who represents the residents opposing the development, concerns remain around the development, with the party as a whole being “disappointed in the outcome,” according to The Daily Messenger.
NYSERDA says there are currently over 139,000 active solar projects across New York.
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