Senator Borrello To Host LIVE Q&A Discussing New York’s Reopening Plan

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first_imgJAMESTOWN – New York State Senator George Borrello is holding a Facebook LIVE Q&A Tuesday afternoon to explain more about his plan to reopen New York State.Last month, Borrello and Assemblyman Andy Goodell announced a plan that would re-open New York with a regional approach during the COVID-19 pandemic.Just last week, the two published a follow-up to the “Restarting New York” plan which details a new schedule for reopening business sectors based on their inherent risk levels and the ability to mitigate those risks.“With the progress we’ve made against the COVID-19 crisis, one of the biggest conversations happening in our state and nation right now is how to reopen our economy and get folks back to work in a way that will keep them safe and prevent future outbreaks,” said Senator Borrello in a post on Facebook. “Since we announced the plan two weeks ago, the topic of reopening New York’s economy has moved to the forefront and generated lots of questions.” Borrello is hosting the Facebook LIVE Q&A chat at 4 p.m. Those interested in watching can view the live video here. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)last_img read more


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first_imgWood Mackenzie: Ohio set to lead Midwest solar development in next five years FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享PV Magazine:As we’ve noted before, Ohio is not the first state that most people think of when they think solar. At the end of last year the state had only 202 MWdc installed, placing it in the bottom half of installed capacity nationally, and SEIA’s project database did not show any larger than 20 MW.Despite this humble start, Wood Mackenzie ranks Ohio as the top state in the Midwest for solar development over the next five years, and a look at the status of some of the leading projects explains why.Last Thursday the Ohio Power Siting Board approved Open Road Renewables’ 150 MWac Willowbrook Solar Farm, planned for 2,200 acres in Highland and Brown Counties. This follows on OPSB’s approval of Open Road’s 200 MWac Hillcrest Solar farm. When two more projects by Invenergy are included, OPSB has given its blessing to 625 MW of projects since the beginning of 2018.But these are not all that are underway. OPSB is currently considering Hecate Energy’s Highland Solar Farm, a monster 300MWac project planned for Highland County near the Kentucky border. Significantly, Highland Solar already holds a power purchase agreement (PPA). Additionally, Tradewind Energy has received an interconnection agreement from grid operator PJM Interconnection for three separate phases of its Pickaway County Solar project, which together total 150 MWac.Added altogether, these six projects total 1,075 MWac of solar, many times what is currently online in the state. However, it is not clear that any of these have begun construction at this time, and many have not secured all the necessary approvals.While all of these projects are planned to be connected to the grid by the end of 2021, it is not clear which ones will make it. But with this many big projects this close to being finalized, there are good odds that one or several large solar projects will break ground in coming months.More: Big solar is coming to Ohiolast_img read more



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first_imgSign up for Long Island Press’ email newsletters here. Sign up for home delivery of Long Island Press here. Sign up for discounts by becoming a Long Island Press community partner here.,Sign up for Long Island Press’ email newsletters here. Sign up for home delivery of Long Island Press here. Sign up for discounts by becoming a Long Island Press community partner here.,Sign up for Long Island Press’ email newsletters here. Sign up for home delivery of Long Island Press here. Sign up for discounts by becoming a Long Island Press community partner here. For more Long Island Serial Killer coverage visit longislandpress.com/tag/long-island-serial-killer Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Suffolk County police plan to release additional photos of a belt recovered in the unsolved Gilgo Beach murder investigation, authorities announced a week before the 10-year anniversary of the case.Police said the photos will be released at gilgonews.com, the website the department launched in January as a platform for background information and updates on the case, but did not say exactly when the new photos would be released.“We are hopeful this photo will bring someone forward with information about its origin,” Suffolk County Police Commissioner Geraldine Hart has said of the first photo of the belt released earlier this year.Police previously disclosed the evidence — the first new investigatory detail the department shared since the remains were found along Ocean Parkway in 2010 an ’11 — in January on the same day that Netflix released a trailer for Lost Girls, a movie about the case. The same day, police also launched their new website and announced they were approved to use genetic genealogy to put names to unidentified victims — a development that led to the identification of victim Valerie Mack in May.The new evidence was a black leather belt embossed with the half-inch initials “HM” or “WH” in light blue lettering found at an unspecified victim’s dump site, police said. Investigators believe the belt was handled by the killer and didn’t belong to any of the victims, but they declined to release the belt size.Police were searching for Shannan Gilbert, a New Jersey woman reported missing in May 2010 from Oak Beach, when they discovered 10 sets of human remains—half of whom were also identified as escorts — along Ocean Parkway between December 2010 and April 2011. Gilbert was later found dead, but police and medical examiners have suggested she may have drowned in a marsh — although her family insists she was murdered.Dec. 11 is the anniversary police finding victim Melissa Barthelemy, one of four young women found nearby one another in Gilgo Beach — a discovery that marked the first time Suffolk police confirmed they are looking for a serial killer since dubbed the Long Island Serial Killer.Related Story: Did Police Name A Suspect in The Long Island Serial Killer Case?Related Story: Who is The Girl With The Peach Tattoo?Related Story: Questions Remain in Long Island Serial Killer CaseRelated Story: Red Herrings Among Tips in Long Island Serial Killer Caselast_img read more