Chuck Ebbing: Thank you for coming and talking to us and listening to us. We don't get enough of that and we really appreciate it. I have a question. Why do we see industrial wind developed in such beautiful areas of beauty? Why is that? What are the natural areas in New York State? So, I went on Google and basically, they came up with ten items. The first one was Niagara Falls, the second one was Lake George, the third one was the Finger Lakes, the fourth one was the Thousand Islands, The Montauk Point, Hudson River, the Chimney Bluff which is on Lake Ontario, Letchworth State Park, and also the Catskills and the Adirondacks.
|Charles Ebbing of the Town of|
Orleans agrees with Assemblymember
Addie J. Russell
that the St. Lawrence River
view shed should be protected
from industrial wind.