“I represent David Blittersdorf” CPG-NM 1646 Transcript and Final Order Docket No. 8148 Transcript and Final Order Docket No. 8561 Transcript and Filings Docket No. 8585 Transcript and Video NM-6633 Seymour Lake – Notice of Filing Letter and Seymour Lake Solar – CPG Application and Video The_Complaint_Dec.17_2015 post-Complaint_Docs SolarUpdates1 SolarUpdates2 SolarUpdates3 SolarUpdates4 SolarUpdates5 SolarUpdates6 SolarUpdates7 SolarUpdates8 SolarUpdates9 FinalEmails Two big disorganized files posted 1/31/16 have been reorganized on 2/2/16 into twelve organized files. January 31st, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on “I represent David Blittersdorf” Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterRedditLinkedInTumblrPinterestVkEmail Related Posts No Comments Robbin Clark January 31, 2016 at 11:11 pm Good for you Annette; now the truth is coming out. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Wind Company Lawyers Chilling Free Speech! | Mothers Against Wind Turbines Inc. February 2, 2016 at 1:36 pm […] the courage to do the same. She doesn’t give up. Apparently she’s so good at helping that the wind developers and their lawyersneed to ‘get rid of her’, and the only way they can think of is to drag out some ancient law […] ENERGY CRITIC SMITH THREATENS SUIT TO STOP STATE PROBE OF HER WORK | Vermonters for a Clean Environment's Blog February 6, 2016 at 1:20 am […] has posted documents on her website constituting a series of dots that invite speculation about the source of the complaint against […] Dick Martin February 7, 2016 at 5:46 pm It’s a shame the renewable energy revolution seems to be going off the rails, at least in some of these cases, and has instead, for some, become just another way to acquire wealth at the expense of the environment. This is not exactly what I had in mind when I first learned about the new ways of generating energy that avoided pushing ever more CO2 into the atmosphere. When we put solar panels on our roof several years ago, we were thinking this was the wave of the future. Not, however, massive 400 foot wind towers across the ridge lines and thousands solar panels covering hundreds of acres of what were once open fields and woodlands. Besides the environmental impact of doing this, there is an aesthetic and economic impact: people don’t come to our state to see solar panels and wind towers covering the landscape. It’s as if, if it involves renewable energy, anything goes. Maybe we rushed into this a little too fast, when, in reality, these newer energy producing industries need to be reigned in and regulated just as much as any other industry that has an environmental impact. Vermonters for a Clean Environment was one of the first in-state groups to recognize this that I’m aware of, so this state “probe” comes off as nothing more than political harassment to me. Beyond meeting state goals of reducing CO2 pollution, the Public Service Board needs to also more closely consider and weigh into their decisions the direct environmental and aesthetic impact these projects have on our state.