“Father Ed was the closest thing to a living saint that I ever met.”
Calvin Clements shares his thoughts on the controversies surrounding the Pennsylvania Public Schools Employees’ Retirement System.
Calvin Clements shares his thoughts on taxing retirement income.
“My family has recently made a very hard decision and we have come to the conclusion that we need to make our land available for the Lebanon Solar Project.”
“This solar farm can keep my family farm in the family.”
“For Lebanon Solar’s project in North Annville Township, solar farms are family farms.”
“I am focusing on the incremental tax that Enel will pay after removing these farms from Clean & Green—in other words, the taxes over and above what the hard-working farmers all pay today.”
N. Annville Township Planning Commission ponders changes to 2019 solar energy ordinance. Would not impact current application for 1,200 acre solar farm.
June 24 hearing on controversial North Annville solar farm proposal postponed due to attorney’s illness. Will be rescheduled before September 13.
“Even if you say developers have no problem waiting decades to try to change agricultural land into commercial land, I am willing to fight for the rest of my life to preserve agricultural land, and I know many other young farmers are willing to do the same.”
“The good news is that there is ample land in Pennsylvania that is well-suited for solar development—it’s just not in North Annville Township.”
June 24 public hearing scheduled for controversial North Annville Township solar farm application.
Over 100 mostly unhappy North Annville Township residents packed the Union Water Works Fire Company last night to vent their opposition to a proposed 1,200 acre solar farm west of Route 934. Addressing the township’s five member planning commission and a packed house, representatives of Lebanon Solar I, LLC., a Colorado based company, outlined their […]