It may come as a surprise to learn that St. Mark’s School has been clear cutting trees for installation of it’s approved solar array on Sears Road. Read the full article → from St. Mark’s clearing trees for solar array (despite active appeal) (Updated)
St. Mark’s School agreed to help neighbors verify the visibility of a planned 2 acre solar array. Read the full article → from St. Mark’s agrees to demonstrate solar array height for Planning and neighbors
The school got the ruling neighbors didn’t want. But it also shared news that I thought would make their plans less controversial – and yet it somehow didn’t. Read the full article → from ZBA rules St. Mark’s Solar panels protected; school planning new location
According to the Community Advocate, neighbors to St. Mark’s applaud the school’s initiative to install solar panels, just not on the proposed Sears Road site. Read the full article → from Recap of St. Mark’s School meeting on solar project
Good news for those of you who have been asking the Town to improve open communications.
A little tweety bird informed me that our Town Planner now has her own blog. Read the full article → from Town Planner blogging news on St. Mark’s solar, SHOPC, and Capasso Farms
St. Mark’s School is “considering” installing a solar array off of Sears Road. Read the full article → from St Mark’s holding meeting on planned Sears Road solar project for immediate neighbors – July 30