Several of the bills that we supported are on Governor Northam’s desk awaiting signature, and the budget ended up relatively strong for clean water and farmland protection programs, considering current fiscal constraints.
Page County has been here before with the landfill, the proposed Fibrowatt development and the failed industrial park. Let’s do better this go around.
We’ve learned since our last post that Page County Supervisors will consider three different solar ordinances at their meeting tomorrow.
We are very concerned that the carefully crafted protections in the ordinance may be removed and/or weakened.
As we predicted back in 2019, the year 2020 saw a rising tide of utility-scale solar projects proposed in the...
With more than 20 public comments* urging the Page County Board of Supervisors to pass the solar ordinance on Tuesday,...
Months of effort by both the Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors has produced a solar ordinance that protects our landscapes, wildlife and rural communities.
One of many shining examples in the Valley of how communities came together and rose to the challenges of this year to connect people in need to local food growers and producers.
Page County has long promised to install audio and visual equipment in order to record government meetings. We were excited when...
Last year, Page County passed a moratorium on approving utility-scale solar applications until a utility-scale solar ordinance was written and...
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