May 14, 2013 by FofFC
Filed under Electricity, Government Affairs: budget, privatization, land use policies, Growing Smart with Adequate Public Services, Our Campaigns
A study by Americans for a Clean Energy Grid and Synapse Energy Economics shows that Wind Energy may not be as “expensive” as what is generally thought: “PJM Interconnection (the power grid Maryland and 13 other starts are a part of) could save its customers $6.9 billion if it more than doubled the amount of wind energy [...]
10-10-11 Seven citizen groups address 194 land use change proposals with letter to the Frederick County Planning Commissioners
October 12, 2011 by FofFC
Filed under Addressing the "Northern Annexations" and Development Plans, Brunswick, Changes in Comprehensive Zoning 2011, Electricity, Frederick, Government Affairs: budget, privatization, land use policies, Growing Smart with Adequate Public Services, Jefferson, Middletown, Mount Airy, Natural Gas, New Market, Police, Fire and Rescue, Public Health, Roads, Schools, Share your Opinion on Policy, Solid Waste, Spread the Word!, Thurmont, Urbana, Walkersville, Water and Sewer
PATH Project withdraws plans to build high power electric power lines across southern Frederick County
Please read Notice of Withdrawal and the Sugarloaf Conservancy’s press release.
Please spread the word!
Thanks to all who came out to learn about Offshore Wind Power. Read local coverage of the event.
Through a public survey and information on wind power we hope to help individuals, farms, businesses and municipalities make good decisions about investing in the appropriate small and medium-sized wind energy systems for their sites. We can also share this information with legislators so that your desires may be better understood.
HOUSE BILL 1535 The Sugar Loaf Conservancy asks that you write letters and attend the House Economic Matters Committee public hearing on HB 1535 this coming Tuesday, March 30th at 1 pm in ANNAPOLIS!
Sugarloaf Conservancy appeals to the Maryland Public Service Commission (PSC) to deny Potomac Edison’s application to construct the PATH transmission line. The application should be denied as the applicant has acknowledged there will not be a critical need in 2014 as stated in their application. The application is further flawed as a result of the [...]