Comments for: 42-megawatt industrial wind site proposed for Passadumkeag Mountain

Posted March 17, 2012, at 1:14 p.m.
Last modified March 22, 2012, at 2 p.m.

GRAND FALLS TOWNSHIP | A 14-turbine industrial wind site called Passadumkeag Wind Park proposed for Passadumkeag Mountain would directly overlook Soponac and West lakes, state officials say. As proposed to state officials by Passadumkeag Windpark LLC late last month, the project would mostly be in Grand Falls, which is …


An early version of this story requires correction. It should have said that the Maine Department of Environmental Protection project review will include a meeting attended by residents and the department’s commissioner or deputy commissioner, not a commission member, as part of the DEP’s efforts to ensure that the process of wind power reviews is inclusive. The project will be reviewed, in part, by the DEP’s Bureau of Land and Water Quality, not the Department of Inland Resources.

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