For the last 30 hours, local news media have been attempting to confirm the meeting and publish the story, without success.
It is believed that the terms of wind leases, good neighbor agreements and other "financial rewards" require that the British Petroleum local advocates put British Petroleum first over neighbors, stakeholders and town taxpayers and do anything they can to assist in the siting process.
The British Petroleum Community Outreach person who has had mind and activity control over British Petroleum local advocates for approximately eight years has shut down her business website and has moved on to a new job that might involve community involvement in "mining" or possibly fracking.
Most recently, British Petroleum supporters, using a Democrat candidate, have been "attacking" our town board with unsubstantiated claims of "operating in secret" and "violating open meetings laws". Hogwash! The Town of Cape Vincent Article 10 Advisory Committee has been meeting openly for a year. It appears that pro-wind has chosen to boycott and ignore those meetings and Article 10 information and participation and have spread false rumors around the community in an effort to fool people into voting for their pro-wind candidates.