Overview of sand mining sites Southeastern Mass

AD Makepeace TMUD development violates MEPA requirements for “transparency”, public engagement

The 2007 MEPA deal requires Makepeace to be “transparent” about its plans for developing over 6,000 acres in Plymouth Carver and Wareham – the TMUD Makepeace refuses to hold required “stakeholder” meetings in 2021 Final “close out” public meeting a sham Makepeace is being allowed to evadeaccountability under the MassachusettsEnvironmental Protection Act (MEPA) statute for

AD Makepeace TMUD development violates MEPA environmental review law

State law designed to ensure big developments minimize, mitigate damage to the environment Makepeace’s 2007 “TMUD” plan to develop 6,500 acres in Plymouth, Carver & Wareham required MEPA review Instead of smart growth and conservation as promised, Makepeace doing industrial sand mining and large solar Makepeace sells land to the state instead of donating it

Carver: Cranberry Point Battery Storage Proposal: State EFSB process

The state EFSB is required to review Cranberry Point. It is conducting an administrative hearing similar to a trial with evidence and witnesses. State’s site: Energy Facility Siting Board (EFSB) Docket for this case is here: Case 21-02 May 6, 2022: VICTORY! We won the right full participation in the hearing. There is a lot


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