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Another View: Good, bad news for Newmarket rights-based ordinance
Good news: Newmarket’s Town Council Water Rights Subcommittee members are recommending Newmarket’s Town Council seriously consider future resident-proposed Rights-based 0rdinances (RBOs). Bad news: They’re not recommending adoption of the current resident-proposed RBO, the Newmarket Freedom From Chemical Trespass Rights-based Ordinance that seeks to protect Newmarket’s people and its Lamprey River & Great Bay Estuary watershed. Here are responses to the committee members’ assertions made during their final meeting considering the RBO.
fosters  op-ed  SRP  jetplow  opponent 
17 days ago by eversourcenh
Top stories 2018 | No. 6: Infrastructure investments reshape region
Earlier this month, New Hampshire’s Site Evaluation Committee unanimously approved Eversource’s application to build a new, 13-mile, 115kv high-voltage transmission line between substations in Madbury and Portsmouth, with one mile of the line buried beneath Little Bay. Eversource successfully argued the $84 million infrastructure upgrade is necessary to meet the growing energy demands of the Seacoast, which would be paid by all electric consumers in New England. The company has said without the project, rolling blackouts could be possible.
seacoastonline  SRP  sec  approval 
19 days ago by eversourcenh
Weekly N.H. News Roundup: December 14, 2018 | New Hampshire Public Radio
Eversource wins state approval to build the Seacoast Reliability Project, an $84 million dollar project includes routing the line beneath Little Bay.  The New Hampshire G.O.P. works to avoid a primary challenge to President Trump in 2020 - but should it?  And we remember the ice storm of 2008.
nhpr  SRP  approval 
4 weeks ago by eversourcenh
Site Evaluators Approve Eversource's Seacoast Power Line | New Hampshire Public Radio
The state Site Evaluation Committee has given Eversource the green light to build a new transmission line on the Seacoast.
nhpr  positive  SRP  sec  approval 
5 weeks ago by eversourcenh
'Moment of Truth,' Regulators Approve Seacoast Reliability Project Amid Citizen Concerns - InDepthNH.orgInDepthNH.org
To the dismay of some local residents, the Site Evaluation Committee unanimously approved the $84 million, 13-mile Seacoast Reliability Project from Madbury to Portsmouth on Monday.
InDepthNH  positive  SRP  sec  approval 
5 weeks ago by eversourcenh
State regulators approve $84M transmission line project | Environment | unionleader.com
State regulators on Monday unanimously approved a proposed $84 million transmission-line project designed to boost the reliability of the region’s electric system.
UnionLeader  positive  SRP  sec  approval 
5 weeks ago by eversourcenh
State is failing to protect citizens from Eversource project - News - seacoastonline.com - Portsmouth, NH
I am writing to express our severe concerns about the Seacoast Reliability Project. We are extremely disappointed that the SEC does not seem to be taking our concerns as an affected town very seriously and are essentially letting Eversource have their way with any decision related to this project. Our town has expressed these concerns at every opportunity over the five years the project has been in process and these concerns don’t seem to carry any weight with our own state government. We would expect this type of response from Eversource, but not the government that is supposed to protect its towns and citizens.
seacoastonline  letter  SRP  opponent 
5 weeks ago by eversourcenh
SEC: Citizens, Businesses Must Pay Part of Mediation In Seacoast Project - InDepthNH.orgInDepthNH.org
The Site Evaluation Committee deliberated Friday on whether the Seacoast Reliability Project would have an unreasonable impact on orderly development of the region, the same criteria required for project approval that scuttled Northern Pass in February.
InDepthNH  SRP  sec  finaldeliberations 
5 weeks ago by eversourcenh
SEC's Deliberations Moving Quickly on Seacoast Reliability Project - InDepthNH.orgInDepthNH.org
The Site Evaluation Committee that will decide whether Eversource can build the Seacoast Reliability Project decided Thursday that it wouldn’t have an unreasonable impact on flora and fauna of Little Bay or along the 13-mile proposed high-voltage line from Madbury to Portsmouth.
InDepthNH  SRP  sec  finaldeliberations 
5 weeks ago by eversourcenh
Seacoast Reliability Project continues to clear hurdles
The Site Evaluation Committee that will decide whether Eversource can build the Seacoast Reliability Project decided Thursday that it wouldn’t have an unreasonable impact on flora and fauna of Little Bay or along the 13-mile proposed high-voltage line from Madbury to Portsmouth.
fosters  SRP  sec  finaldeliberations 
5 weeks ago by eversourcenh
Eversource project endangers children, the environment
I am writing to you about my concerns over the SEC deliberations that are occurring over the planned Eversource transmission lines. Eversource seeks to put a line from Portsmouth through to Madbury via Newington, Little Bay, and Durham and this poses major concerns for the environment, the people, and the historic districts in some of these communities.
seacoastonline  letter  SRP  opponent 
5 weeks ago by eversourcenh
Testimony Shows Public Trust an Issue in Seacoast Reliability Project - InDepthNH.orgInDepthNH.org
As regulators deliberate the fate of the $84 million Seacoast Reliability Project, concerns have been raised about the level of trust between its developer Eversource and property owners along the 13-mile proposed route from Madbury to Portsmouth.
InDepthNH  SRP  sec  finaldeliberations 
5 weeks ago by eversourcenh
Day 3: Burying Cable Beneath Little Bay Focus of Seacoast Project Deliberations - InDepthNH.orgInDepthNH.org
Day three of deliberations on the proposed 13-mile high-voltage powerline from Madbury to Portsmouth likely dashed some intervenors’ hope that developer Eversource would use another method instead of jet plowing to bury the one-mile portion underneath Little Bay.
InDepthNH  SRP  sec  finaldeliberations 
6 weeks ago by eversourcenh
Eversource should use 'step down transformer' option
To the Editor:
I understand and appreciate that we have a serious electricity capacity situation for our region that must be addressed, however I am against the high power line plan being proposed by Eversource. This plan will have significant negative consequences for Newington and Little Bay. The high power lines being proposed by Eversource will cut through Newington’s Historic District, and cut through its residential district, which is in direct conflict with Newington’s Master Plan.
seacoastonline  letter  SRP  opponent 
6 weeks ago by eversourcenh
Eversource doesn't care about Newington, Durham
This morning I traveled up to Concord to the Seacoast Reliability Project’s final deliberation hearings; a six-day series of public meetings intended to display Eversource’s due diligence in a transparent open forum. As a concerned Newington resident, this is probably the 4th or 5th Eversource meeting I’ve attended, but this one was the zinger. The residents of Newington and Durham have been played big-time. Eversource went through all the motions of “hearing” our just concerns, but you know what? They didn’t listen to a single word.
seacoastonline  letter  SRP  opponent 
6 weeks ago by eversourcenh
Our region needs the Seacoast Reliability Project
As a leader in economic growth in our state, the Seacoast region has a growing need for more reliable electricity to power our homes and businesses. This need was identified by the Independent System Operator of New England (ISO-New England), a non-profit that manages our electric grid under the authority of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, as critical to supporting the reliable delivery of electric power to meet our current and future demand for electricity throughout the Seacoast. This need is consistently echoed by the many businesses looking to start up, relocate or expand in the Seacoast area and throughout New Hampshire.
seacoastonline  postive  op-ed  SRP 
7 weeks ago by eversourcenh
Deliberations Begin in Concord on $84M Seacoast Reliability Project - InDepthNH.orgInDepthNH.org
After 17 adjudicative hearings, state regulators began Wednesday deliberating the fate of the Seacoast Reliability Project – a 13-mile, $84 million high-voltage transmission line proposed to run from Madbury to Portsmouth.
InDepthNH  SRP  sec  finaldeliberations 
7 weeks ago by eversourcenh

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