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N.Y. Board on Electric Generation Siting Issues Notice of Evidentiary Hearing Involving Eight Point Wind

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ALBANY, New York, April 8 -- The New York State Board on Electric Generation Siting and the Environment issued the following notice of evidentiary hearing (Case No. 16-F-0062) involving Eight Point Wind:

Application of Eight Point Wind, LLC for a Certificate of Environmental Compatibility and Public Need Pursuant to Article 10 to Construct a Wind Energy Facility.


PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that an evidentiary hearing in this proceeding will be held on April 21, 2021, before Presiding Examiner Dakin D. Lecakes and Associate Examiner James T. McClymonds, beginning at 10:00 a.m., via Webex and telephone.

Access to the hearing may be obtained as follows:

Electronic Access:

Event Number: 185 176 3752

Password: 6m3Etm6rDAN

Phone-Only Access: 518-549-0500

Access Code: 185 176 3752

The primary purpose of the hearing is to collect and consider evidence on the limited question of whether the Siting Board should elect, pursuant to 16 NYCRR Sec.1001.31(e)(3) and Sec.1001.31(h)(3), not to apply certain local laws to the Project as proposed in a February 24, 2021 Eight Point Wind, LLC, Petition for Amendment and a March 12, 2021 Supplement to the Petition.




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