Environmental Monitoring Begins on Biomass Plant
Opponents of the Gainesville Biomass Plant (GREC) can celebrate a small victory as money has been officially doled out to monitor the project's environmental impact.
But even though opponents say they're happy to see another term of their 2011 settlement fulfilled, the community still doesn't have the answers it deserves.
Gainesville Citizens Care will hold a community meeting on October 9th about the biomass plant at Grace Presbyterian Church on 13th Street in Gainesville. GRU officials say more information on the rate impact will be available next month at the Regional Utilities Committee (RUC) meeting.
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