Downeast Wind Public Meeting
Thursday December 19th 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Columbia Town Hall (106 Epping Road Columbia, ME 04623)
Downeast Wind held a public informational meeting on Thursday December 19, 2019 in connection with its proposed Downeast Wind project. The meeting took place at the Town of Columbia Town Hall, 106 Epping Road, Columbia, ME.
The Downeast Wind project is a 126 MW wind energy development located in the Town of Columbia and the unorganized areas of MD T18, MD T19 and MD T24, in Washington County, Maine. The Project will include up to 30 wind turbines and associated infrastructure, including an operations and maintenance building, collector and transmission lines, access roads, crane paths, and construction laydown areas.
Speakers at the December 19th event included:
- Paul Williamson, Project Overview and Development
- Marcel Mibus, Sound and Shadow Flicker
- Amy Segal, Project Visibility from Scenic Resources
- Goni Iskali, Environmental/Wildlife
- John Boyle, Safety
The powerpoint presentation used by the panelists can be found below:
Supplemental Information regarding Wind Turbines and Bees
No evidence of detrimental impacts