A controversial solar project will feature a representative from the developing company answering questions at an upcoming meeting.
A representative from Trelina Solar Energy will attend the August 23 meeting of the Waterloo Town Board to answer questions about the proposed 80 megawatt facility at the edge of town.
Kris Scornavacca plans to attend the meeting. At this point, the company has applied for a permit from the state under the Article 10 process.
Opponents of the proposed development have organized under the Packwood Serven Pre-Emption Neighborhood Association. They are encouraging interested residents to attend.
Trelina plans to construct and operate the solar project on about 250 acres it will lease from the Oese-Siegel Farm.
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