Solar power plants burden the counties that host them. Wow a likely 10 permanent workers after the construction is done! Funny we see no mention of who’s going to get stuck with the bill disposing all of this after it’s 20-25 year life-cycle is over either. Bend forward! Eleventy!

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Progressive Hemrrhoid
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More proof that liberalism is a mental disorder. Notice the twits are trying to build these plants as far away from the people who will use the energy as possible, and screwing over the towns where they re being built.
Pretty much sums up this entire Administration now that I think about it.

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Well, it sure as burdens this county. I can see it being a better proposition for places that aren’t as remote.But this is just another boondoggle.

Say, I wonder if Central Park could be swapped out into a solar farm?

poppajoe49
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Central Park is likely not a good spot for that. The sun is sparse at best in the winter, plus, it would cost a lot for all that union labor to clean off the snow.

NodakSuz
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No wonder so many U-hauls are heading to TX – who can afford to live in
the Golden State anymore? But Governor Moonbeam will fix everything, I’m sure. LOL LOL

poppajoe49
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What’s that? Another California revenue generating plan goes bust? Imagine that!