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Woodstock Site Plan Review
Page 15 , Number 18
Noise: the proposed development shall not raise noise levels to the extent that abutting and/or nearby residents are adversely affect.
A) The maximum permissible sound pressure level of any continuous, regular or frequent or an intermittent source of sound produced by any activity shall be limited by the time period and land use which it abuts listed below. Sound levels shall be measured at 4…Continue
Posted on February 9, 2012 at 1:57pm — 1 Comment
On Monday night, I took my last college class and was able to draw a sigh of relief. It was so good to get it finished and concentrate on our Supreme Court Appeal for Spruce Mountain in Woodstock, Maine. For those who are not aware, here in Woodstock we have been working hard to get safe distance and sound concerns dealt with by the DEP and BEP. Both departments have disappointed us by allowing no hearings so that we could counter the projects estimations on their reports on sound, ect.…Continue
Posted on May 13, 2011 at 9:08am
The news and verification that Bayroot, LLC, is being powered by Yale University Investments, has changed the aspect of our fight. Or has it? For some it is the affirmation of what was suspected and in others it will be like a slap in the face. How can you fight something so big?
When you consider what their investment is taking away from the Native people of Maine and the seasonal people, it will be a greater loss to the people then to some large group…Continue
Posted on March 4, 2011 at 10:08am
Dear Friends and Family,
As the President of Friends of Spruce Mountain it falls upon my shoulders to inform you as where we stand with our Appeal.
The DEP, did not acknowledge our concerns about the Spruce Mountain Wind Project. I am convinced that LD2283 has left their hands tied and they cannot legally say no to these projects. They are working with what they have been given, which is not much thanks to Ex- Governor Baldacci’s task…Continue
Posted on February 27, 2011 at 2:43pm — 3 Comments