Following our first in-person Open House for Blue Hill Wind in July 2021, Liberty staff invite you to join us virtually on Tuesday, September 21, 2021! Access details are below.
To accommodate stakeholders with limited mobility or COVID-19 concerns, and to ensure maximum community participation, Liberty hosts public virtual events to follow up all in-person Open Houses. This event will cover the materials and information shared during the first event (and available on this website), as well as updates on the Project’s progress.
Blue Hill Wind Virtual Open House: Tuesday 9/21/21 from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
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On Tuesday, July 13th, Liberty hosted the first public open house for the Blue Hill Wind project. Below you can find a short summary of the event, as well as links to the materials shared.
We want to thank everyone who came out! Feedback from communities like yours helps us improve our projects. Please stay tuned for more information on opportunities to engage with our staff, and don’t hesitate to reach out using the contact information at the bottom of this page.
Poster: NY State 94-c Permit Process
Poster: NY State Noise Regulations
TUESDAY, JULY 13th, 2021: BLUE HILL WIND PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE
We are in the early stages of developing a new project in Eaton and want to connect with you. Liberty staff and regional experts will be available during the event to provide information, answer your questions and address any concerns. Food, drink, and materials to be provided. We hope to see you there!
WHEN: Tuesday July 13th, 2021 from 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm
WHERE: Nichols Pond County Park (5797 Nichols Pond Road Canastota, NY)
WHO: Residents of all ages from Eaton and Morrisville are welcome
Please reach out with any questions or concerns, we’d love to hear from you!
The first project newsletter for Blue Hill Wind is now available:
paid annually to the Town of Eaton through a Host Community Benefit Agreement, in additional to monthly utility bill rebates for Eaton residents
shared annually between the Town of Eaton, the Madison County IDA, and the Morrisville-Eaton School District
paid annually to local landowners participating in the Project
additional annual payments made to Project neighbors
Development activities include community engagement, land leasing, wind resource assessments, environmental studies, interconnection studies, New York State Section 94-C permit process, and local permitting.
Construction activities will take approximately 12 months.
Post-construction monitoring for wildlife, sound, and other environmental compliance measures will continue for 2 years. The project will have an operational lifespan of at least 25 years.
Proposed turbine locations are still being finalized and are subject to change during the environmental permitting process. This map shows a rough outline of the project boundary, including properties that may host turbines or other infrastructure in the future as well as properties that will not.
Developed from real questions we received from local residents, these frequently asked questions and answers provide more detail on the proposed project.