But we still need to continue to encourage supervisors to adopt a strong solar ordinance before the June deadline!
Here is what has happened since supervisors made motions allowing solar developments to move forward with no solar ordinance in place.
For some unknown reason Page County supervisors decided to move solar projects forward without an ordinance in place, breaking promises made to their constituents.
As we feared, Page County’s approval in 2019 of Dogwood Solar’s special use permit leaves Urban Grid largely unaccountable for protections for Page’s land and water.
We are very pleased to report that the Page County Board of Supervisors hit the brakes on the solar ordinance at the May 18 meeting.
The solar ordinance the Page County Board of Supervisors is currently considering is COMPLETELY different from the version that protected the natural resources, agriculture, and tourism sectors of our economy
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...
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