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Document #46-93,BP, CVWF, Ad Hoc Committee Nominees & Resumes 3/11/13

Document #46-93,BP, CVWF, Ad Hoc Committee Nominees & Resumes 3/11/13

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Ad Hoc Committee Nominees & Resumes
3/11/13
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3/11/13

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Supervisor
Urban
C
Hirschey
Town Clerk Tax
Collector
Michelle
A
Bouchard
Council
Brooks J. Bragdon Clifford
P
Schneider John Byrne III Michelle Oswald
Superintendent
o
Highways
Danny P. Hubbard March 4 2013 Supervisor Scott Aubertine Dear Scott:
TOWN OF C PE VINCENT
Jefferson County New York 13618
ssessor
Robert V.R. Barnard
Historian
Peter Margrey
Planning
Board
Chair
Richard H. Macsherry
Board
of
Appeals Chair
R Dennis Faulknham
Zoning Enforcement
Offieer
James G. Millington Enclosed
is
a letter recently sent to Carolyn Fitzpatrick
of
the County Legislators and the resumes
of
the four candidates for the Ad Hoc positions on the Siting Board. As well as
my
letter to Jeffrey Cohen Acting Secretary
of YS
Board
of
Electric Power Generation Siting and Environment
of
the Public Service Commission. Per our conversation please forward a set
of
these resumes along with your letter
of
recommendation to Jeffrey Cohen. Thanks for your support
of
Cape Vincent
as
well as Lyme. Deanne will make a good board member. Sincerely
~ ~hey
Supervisor
 
Supervisor
Urban
C
Hirschey
Town
Clcrkffax Collector
Michelle
A
Bouchard
Council
Brooks
J
Bragdon Clifford
P
Schneider John Byme III Michelle Oswald
Superintendent
o
Highways
Danny
P
Hubbard March 4, 2013 Honorable Jeffrey
C
Cohen
TOWN OF C PE VINCENT
Jefferson County, New York 13618
ssessor
Robert V.R. Bamard
Historian
Peter Margrey
Planning
oard Chair
Richard
H
Macsherry
oard
o
ppeals
Chair
R Dennis Faulknham
Zoning
Enforcement
Officer
James G. Millington Acting Secretary, NYS Board ofEIectric Power Generation Siting and Environn1ent 3 Empire State Plaza Albany,
NY
12223-1350 Dear Mr. Cohen I am pleased to present to the Siting Board four nominees for the two Ad
oc
positions to participate in the review process
of
the British Petroleum application case No. 12-F041O. They are all respected members
of
the community and versed in the application and projects advantages and disadvantages for the Townships. Further they have all participated in committee functions at some point in their career and will interact
weJJ
with the committee.
If
you have any questions please feel free
to
call me at the office 315)654-3795.
S~ncerely
A ~
/
~<: ~~
rban
C
Hirschey Supervisor Town
of
Cape Vincent
 
Supervisor
Urban
C
Hirschey
Town ClerkfI ax
Collector
Michelle
A
Bouchard
Council
Brooks
J.
Bragdon Clifford
P
Schneider John Byrne
III
Michelle Oswald
Superintendent
of
Highways
Danny
P
Hubbard
March
4
2013 Carolyn Fitzpatrick
837
Holcomb
Street Watertown
NY
136 1
. Dear Carolyn
TOWN OF
CAPE
VIN ENT
Jefferson County
New
York 13618
Assessor
Robert V.R. Barnard
Historian
Peter Margrey
Planning
Board Chair
Richard
H
Macsheny
Board
of
Appeals Chair
R Dennis Faulknham
Zoning
Enforcement
Officer
James
G
Millington
Enclosed are
the
names
of
four
candidates which we are sending
to
the
Public Service Commission. They will select
two
candidates
to
be Ad
Hoc members
of
the siting committee. They will then
h ve
an equal
vote
to
the
five permanent Siting Board members when reviewing
the
adequacy
of
the
British Petroleum proposed wind project in
Cape
Vincent
As
you know the Jefferson County Legislature the Town
Cape
Vincent
and more recently
the
Town
of
Lyme have been requested
to
submit
four
names
to
the
psc.
If
each
of
these legislative bodies were
to
choose different candidates
that
would
give
the
state
12
members
to
choose from possibly
the
Town
of
Cape
Vincent
would have no representation -certainly
an
unacceptable outcome
from
our
Viewpoint. Realizing this potential outcome
we
questioned
the
PSC
who approved
the
consolidation
of
candidates
as
a solution The Town
of
Cape Vincent
of
course has the most
to
gain
or
lose
from the
participation
of
the
Ad Hoc members and
we
have chosen three members
of
the community
as
well
as
one
from
Lyme. These are all
very
capable people who are knowledgeable about the
BP
proposal and its
ultimate
impact on
the
Townships. We
trust
that
you and your board will support
the
Towns
of
Cape
Vincent
and Lyme by replicating
the
enclosed recommendations whose resumes are enclosed. Sincerely Yours
~h y
Town
of
Cape
Vincent
Supervisor

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