COLEBROOK — A citizens’ group appeal of two mini-wind farms in town is moving ahead in court.
A New Britain Superior Court judge upheld the legality of FairwindCT’s appeal this week, according to the group’s lawyer, Nicholas Harding of Hartford. Judge Henry S. Cohn opened a hearing on the case Monday.
The hearing is an opportunity for the judge to ask questions and clarify information he has from the parties involved, Harding said. FairwindCT is opposed to the development of six wind turbines — three on Flagg Hill Road and three others on Rock Hall Road — proposed by BNE Energy of West Hartford. Four Colebrook residents are listed as separate plaintiffs.
An Auction to Benefit FairWindCT
Help support our appeal of the CT Siting Councils’s approval of 6 industrial wind turbines in Colebrook!!
When: Sunday, October 16 from 3-5 p.m.
Where: Rock Hall, 19 Rock Hall Road, Colebrook CT 06021
Have fun bidding on interesting items and local services in various price ranges:
antiques, massages, homemade pies, theater tickets, bird-banding breakfast, mixology class, a stay at Rock Hall, vacation house in Turkey, and much, much more.
You can help us raise money for the appeal in several ways:
1) donate an item or service for the auction (we’d like as many commitments as possible by September 16). Send an email to info@fairwindct to let us know what you can donate. We’ll post a list of items in advance on our website, www.fairwindct.com.
2) volunteer for the auction committee — the first meeting will be held Wednesday, August 24 at 7 p.m. at Rock Hall. If you can’t make this meeting, contact Stella Somers at 860-379-2230 or email@example.com, or Joyce Hemingson at 860-379-6425 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
3) tell others about the Silent and Penny Auction and bring your neighbors and friends to Rock Hall on October 16!
Stella Somers, Sukey Wager, and Joyce Hemingson