Vail Daily letter: Check out biomass meeting
Vail, CO, Colorado
I urge all residents of Gypsum to attend the Gypsum Town hall meeting on Tuesday at 7 p.m. It is imperative that we find out more about the 33,000-square-foot biomass “green” power plant that the town of Gypsum may be approving for development.
The park will be located behind our local food market and near enough to where our children attend school.
In addition the company, Eagle Valley Clean Energy LLC, may also receive state approval to dump their “clean waste”‘ into the Eagle River.
I am told the biomass plant is a “safe” source of energy but I have not researched it completely.
I personally have not seen too many articles or information in the Vail Daily or Eagle Valley Enterprise on this proposal, but in all fairness, the proposal is outlined on the town website: http://www.townofgypsum.com.
I urge you to research biomass plants, research Clean Valley Clean Energy LLC and attend the meeting on Tuesday and voice your opinion as to why or why not Gypsum should or should not approve the sustainable park in Gypsum.
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