April The Town of Coxsackie's Planning Board will hold an open hearing in April on Fallen Tree, a plant proposed by Cypress Creek for an area directly across from. FALLEN TREE SOLAR PROJECT Erik Yesayan, representing Cypress Creek, presented several visual renderings of the megawatt solar project located on Murderskill Road and Sleepy Hollow, as requested at the last meeting.
He began with a profile view of the project as seen from Sleepy Hollow community member, Carol Metz’s home. Cypress Creek Renewables is powering a sustainable future, one project at a time.
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With more than 8 gigawatts of solar developed and more than gigawatts under management, Cypress Creek is one of the Missing: coxsackie. FALLEN TREE SOLAR Anne Waring, representing Cypress Creek, after promising that escrow monies would be replenished described a meeting with the Homeowners Association of Sleepy Hollow. Most of this meeting was to review storm water plans. A copy of the letter outlining the concerns of Sleepy.
FALLEN TREE SOLAR The Planning Board received the binders and plans for review at the meeting. Because of this they did not have enough time to review them. So the Board will review the plans and if there are any questions forward them to Anne Waling, representative of Cypress Creek at least 2 weeks before the January meeting.
small piece falls in the Town of Coxsackie, so Greenville is the lead agency. This is done as a courtesy. The property owner is Josephine Angiolillo of West Harrisonn, NY. The property is located on Gayhead Earlton Road, west of Surprise Result Road. Bill Whitbeck made a.