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PUC Case No. 22-0839-PET-Site Visit- Petition of Halladay Solar LLC/2.2 MW solar electric generation facility-Middlebury

RE: Petition of Halladay Solar LLC for a certificate of public good, pursuant to 30 V.S.A. § 248, authorizing the installation and operation of a 2.2 MW solar electric generation facility in Middlebury, Vermont

Before: Dan Burke, Staff Attorney

Location:  Parties are hereby requested to meet at the project location in Middlebury, Vermont, promptly at 2:00 P.M. on Tuesday, May 17th. There is no street address. The location is 43°59'06.5"N 73°08'37.9"W, Middle Road South, Middlebury, Vermont. Attendees can get to Middle Road South off of Halladay Road, and then park along the side of the road.

The Petitioner is directed to bring at least one large paper copy of the site plan to the site visit for the Hearing Officer and the parties to use for purposes of reference.
The Commission requests that all attendees at the site visit will make best efforts to maintain a six-foot distance from other attendees who are not members of their household. However, the Commission recognizes that given a particular site’s physical characteristics, that may not always be possible to achieve. The Commission welcomes all attendees at the site visit to wear masks or cloth facial coverings during the site visit if desired. Attendees are reminded to dress appropriately for the changing weather conditions and possibly muddy conditions.

PUC Case No. 21-4664-Site Visit-Stone Mill Solar LLC/2.2 MW-Castleton

RE: Petition of Stone Mill Solar LLC requesting a certificate of public good, pursuant to 30 V.S.A. § 248, authorizing the installation and operation of a 2.2 MW solar electric generation facility in Castleton, Vermont

Before: Michael Tousley, Staff Attorney

Location: Parties are hereby requested to meet at 680 E. Hubbardton Rd., Castleton, Vermont, promptly at 4:00 P.M. You may park on the western side (the right side upon entering) of the RMG Stone Products building located at the address.
The Petitioner is directed to bring at least one large paper copy of the site plan to the site visit for the Hearing Officer and the parties to use for purposes of reference.
The Commission requests that all attendees at the site visit will make best efforts to maintain a six-foot distance from other attendees who are not members of their household. However, the Commission recognizes that given a particular site’s physical characteristics, that may not always be possible to achieve. The Commission welcomes all attendees at the site visit to wear masks or cloth facial coverings during the site visit if desired. Attendees are reminded to dress appropriately for the changing weather conditions and possibly muddy conditions.

 

PUC Case No. 21-2939-NMP-Site Visit-Randolph Davis Solar LLC/500 kW-Randolph

RE: Petition of Randolph Davis Solar LLC for a certificate of public good, pursuant to 30 V.S.A. §§ 248 and 8010, authorizing the installation and operation of a 500 kW  group net-metered solar electric generation system in Randolph, Vermont

Before: Andrea Poppiti, Utlities Analyst

Location:  Parties are hereby requested to meet at the proposed site which is off Davis Road in East Randolph, in the vicinity of the existing log landing. Attendees will need to park along Davis Road. Here are the coordinates: 43°54'13.2"N 72°34'06.4"W
Coming from I-89, take the Randolph exit and head east on Rt 66. From Randolph Center, and depending on Vermont mud season road conditions, you may wish to travel on Rt 66 east to Rt 14 then south on Route 14 to Davis Road. When on Davis road, the site will be on your right.
Alternatively, you may wish go south at the entrance to VTC and proceed on South Randolph Road to Davis Road. The site will be on your left.
The Petitioner is directed to bring at least one large paper copy of the site plan to the site visit for the Hearing Officer and the parties to use for purposes of reference.
The Petitioner has been asked to consult with other parties and file a proposed itinerary by Wednesday, March 23, 2022.
The Commission requests that all attendees at the site visit will make best efforts to maintain a six-foot distance from other attendees who are not members of their household. However, the Commission recognizes that given a particular site’s physical characteristics, that may not always be possible to achieve. The Commission welcomes all attendees at the site visit to wear masks or cloth facial coverings during the site visit if desired.
Attendees are reminded to dress appropriately for the changing weather conditions and possibly muddy conditions.

PUC Case No. 20-2346-NMP-Site Visit-St. Johnsbury Lapierre Solar LLC/500 kW (AC)-St. Johnsbury

RE: Petition of St Johnsbury Lapierre Solar LLC for a certificate of public good, pursuant to 30 V.S.A. §§ 248 and 8010, authorizing installation and operation of a 500 kW (AC)  group net-metering solar electric generation system in St Johnsbury, Vermont Petition of St Johnsbury Lapierre Solar LLC for a certificate of public good, pursuant to 30 V.S.A. §§ 248 and 8010, authorizing installation and operation of a 500 kW (AC)  group net-metering solar electric generation system in St Johnsbury, Vermont -Notice of Site Visit with Map

Before: Joan White, Utilities Analyst

Location: Parties are hereby requested to meet at the site promptly at 11:00 A,M. The property owner of the project site, as well as the daycare facility to the south, has requested attendees park at the daycare lot. She is concerned, depending on snow conditions, the shoulder of the access driveway may be soft or more narrow. See below red flag at 71 Depot Street, St. Johnsbury, VT (daycare), the green/blue flag is the location of the array:

Access to the daycare is from the north. The Depot Street access (from the south) is believed to be blocked off now for the winter. The daycare access from the north does not show up on Google Maps. It is on the site plan, OFF Lapierre Drive. So, off I-91, go to the beginning of Lapierre Drive and the new daycare driveway is the first drive on the right.


Alternately, if you enter "10 Lapierre Drive, St Johnsbury VT", Google maps drops a pin very close to the entrance they are directing to.

The Commission expects that all attendees at the site visit will make best efforts to maintain a six-foot distance from other attendees who are not members of their household. However, the Commission recognizes that given a particular site’s physical characteristics, that may not always be possible to achieve.

The Commission directs all attendees at the site visit to wear masks or cloth facial coverings during the site visit.

Attendees are reminded to dress appropriately for the changing weather conditions.

The Petitioner is directed to bring at least one large paper copy of the site plan to the site visit for the Hearing Officer and the parties to use for purposes of reference.

PUC Case No. 20-3466-PET-Site Visit-Enosburg Falls, LLC/710kW food-waste-to-energy cogeneration facility-Enosburg Falls

Re: Petition of PurposeEnergy –Enosburg Falls, LLC for a certificate of public good, pursuant to 30 V.S.A. § 248, authorizing the installation and operation of 710kW AC food-waste-to-energy cogeneration facility in Enosburg Falls, Vermont

Before: Michael Tousley, Staff Attorney

Location: Parties are hereby requested to meet at 68 East Street, Enosburg Falls, promptly at 3:30 P.M. This address is the main entrance for Franklin Foods. It is requested that you park on the street and not in the business parking lot.
The Petitioner is directed to bring at least one large paper copy of the site plan to the site visit for the Hearing Officer and the parties to use for purposes of reference.
The Commission expects that all attendees at the site visit will make best efforts to maintain a six-foot distance from other attendees who are not members of their household. However, the Commission recognizes that given a particular site’s physical characteristics, that may not always be possible to achieve. The Commission directs all attendees at the site visit to wear masks or cloth facial coverings during the site visit.
Attendees are reminded to dress appropriately for the changing weather conditions.

PUC Case No 20-1261-NMP - Site Visit - MHG Solar, LLC/500 kW-Manchester

In Re: Petition of MHG Solar LLC for a certificate of public good, pursuant to 30 V.S.A. §§ 8010 and 248, to install and operate a 500 kW group net-metered solar electric generation facility in Manchester, Vermont

Before: Jake Marren, Staff Attorney, Hearing Officer

Site Visit Friday, August 13, 2021at 10:00 AM.  Parties are hereby requested to meet at Richville Road in Manchester, Vermont promptly at 10:00 AM.

PUC Case No. 20-1261-NMP Site Visit -MHG Solar, LLC/500 kW/Manchester

RE: Petition of MHG Solar LLC for a certificate pf public good, pursuant to 30 V.S.A. §§ 8010 and 248, to install and operate a 500 kW group net-metered solar electric generation facility in Manchester. Vermont

Before: Jake Marren, Esq., Hearing Officer

Location: Parties are hereby requested to meet promptly at 3:00PM at:
43°10'00.5"N 73°03'01.8"W, on the west side of Richville Road where Green Mountain Road meets Richville Road. Parking can either be on the site or at the Post Office: 3452 Richville Rd, Manchester Center, VT 05255
Consistent with the Commission's May 13, 2021 Order Announcing Commission Will Decide Whether to
Hold Site Visits on a Case-By-Case Basis (#20-0789-INV), the Commission expects that all attendees at site
visits will make best efforts to maintain a six-foot distance from other attendees who are not members of
their household. However, the Commission recognizes that given a particular site’s physical characteristics,
that may not always be possible to achieve. As a result, consistent with Addendum 15 and until further
notice, the Commission directs all attendees at site visits held by the Commission or a hearing officer to
wear masks or cloth facial coverings during the site visits.

PUC Case No. 20-0295-PET-POSTPONED- Site Visit re Petition of GMP for a CPG authorizing the installation of two Scada controlled capacitor Banks

In Re: Petition of Green Mountain Power for a certificate of public good, pursuant to 30 V.S.A. § 248, authorizing the installation of two SCADA controlled capacitor banks and other upgrades at the East St. Albans substation in St. Albans, Vermont

Before Andrew Flagg, Hearing Officer

Site Visit Tuesday, March 24, 2020 at 3:00 P.M. Parties are hereby requested to meet at the GMP East St. Albans Substation located at 14 Fairfield Hill Road in the Town of St. Albans, promptly at 3:00 P.M.

****POSTPONED******

As provided in the March 17, 2019, memorandum from Public Utility Commission Chair Roisman, the Commission is postponing all public hearings and site visits scheduled through the end of April.  Accordingly, the site visit currently scheduled in this case for Tuesday, March 24, 2020 at 3:00 P.M. is postponed until further notice.

PUC Case No. 20-0371-PET -POSTPONED-Site Visit re Petition of ER Bone Hill Solar, LLC for a Certificate of Public Good

In Re:

Before Steph Hoffman, Esq., Hearing Officer

Location: Parties are hereby requested to meet at the entrance of the project site, which is across the road from 398 East Roxbury Road (a blue house) in Northfield, Vermont

****As provided in the March 17, 2019, memorandum from Public Utility Commission Chair Roisman, the Commission is postponing all public hearings and site visits scheduled through the end of April*****

PUC Case No. 19-4582-PET Site Visit re Petition of VT. Transco LLC and VT Electric Power Company, Inc.

In Re: Petition of Vermont Transco LLC and Vermont Electric Power Company, Inc., for a certificate of public good, pursuant to 30 V.S.A. § 248, authorizing the construction of the New Haven Operations Facility in New Haven, Vermont - - - Site Visit

Before Michael Tousley, Esq., Hearing Officer

Location: Parties are hereby requested to meet at 760 Main Street, New Haven, Vermont, promptly at 3:30 P.M.

VELCO signage will be visible from the road. All attendees are encouraged to carpool to the site visit, as parking space is limited.

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