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Livermore: County supervisors continue Sunwalker solar project debate to June

Original post made on Apr 27, 2021

After starting the appeal hearing Thursday, the county supervisors voted to pause their discussion on the Sunwalker Energy solar project planned for North Livermore until June 3 to allow for more research.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Friday, April 23, 2021, 5:20 PM

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Posted by Kerrie Chabot
a resident of Dublin
on Apr 27, 2021 at 7:35 pm

Kerrie Chabot is a registered user.

Generation 4 Nuclear must be the future. It is clean, inexpensive, and efficient. It is the only thing that can save California at this point. And hydro. Stop sending the rainwater to the ocean! Why hasn't Newsom saved the run-off water?
And do not end the Diablo Nuclear Plant!
Watch "Planet of the Humans"- you will learn that these solar farms are a joke- from "Green Billionaires" at work, profiting off of climate change. This proposed farm will barely be able to generate enough electricity for a small neighborhood on a sunny day! Yet if passed, it will destroy the beauty of (citizen-voted Measure D) Livermore Valley. Supervisor Haubert voted in favor of this project- first vote on the job? So pathetic- but then again, look what he's done to Dublin the past 10 years. He caters to developers- not to our quality of life. Do your homework Livermore, Dublin, Pleasanton. I learned a lot.

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