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April The Town of Coxsackie's Planning Board will hold an open hearing in April on Fallen Tree, a plant proposed by Cypress Creek for an area directly across from.
Also in attendance were Anne Waling and Erik Yesayan representing Cypress Creek (Fallen Tree Solar), Mary and Ernie Barkman Skliba, Carol Metz, Kris Martin, Kim Bushane and Tessa Partidge.
MINUTES A motion was made by Hal Beaumont and seconded by Betty Cure to approve the minutes of the regular meeting of December 6, Also in attendance were Anne Waling representing Cypress Creek (Fallen Tree Solar), Mary Barkman Skliba, Kris Martin, Aaron Flach and Carol Metz.
As Chief Administrative Officer and General Counsel, Jerome manages the legal department and oversees all administrative functions.
MINUTES A motion was made by Frank Gerrain and seconded by Hal Beaumont to approve the minutes of the regular meeting of November 1, The motion was unanimously approved. OPEN MEETING TO PUBLIC. FALLEN TREE SOLAR PROJECT Erik Yesayan, representing Cypress Creek, presented several visual renderings of the megawatt solar project located on Murderskill Road and Sleepy Hollow, as requested at the last meeting.
He began with a profile view of the project as seen from Sleepy Hollow community member, Carol Metz’s home. Feb 15, COXSACKIE - A public hearing on whether to grant a hardship waiver to Cypress Creek Renewables was held during a Coxsackie Town Board meeting Tuesday. Representatives from the solar company made their case about how a townwide moratorium on solar projects will adversely affect plans to build.