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Livermore: Community groups sue Alameda County for approving Aramis solar project

Original post made on Apr 22, 2021

Save North Livermore Valley, joined by other citizen groups, followed through on its promise to file a lawsuit against Alameda County after the Board of Supervisors' decision to approve Intersect Power's 410-acre Aramis solar project.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Wednesday, April 21, 2021, 6:44 PM

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Posted by Rich Buckley
a resident of Livermore
on Apr 22, 2021 at 9:59 am

Rich Buckley is a registered user.

Solar + Battery vaults on this scale should be built away from urbanized areas to protect our community agreed upon open spaces and ag lands. The 410 acres is only Phase One. Who's going to stop Aramas politically? The Tri-Valley has always been violated by Alameda County: BART, AIRPORT, SOLAR+BATTERY VAULTS.

Here's a thought for today, Apr 22, 2021- Green Day: You can develop on 20 acres walkaway safe, small modular Thorium reactors, (SMR's) that recycle and reuse their own waste, what takes 40,000 acres of Solar Panels for equivalent power. Question: which option is more environmentally friendly?


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