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Neither has the Greenport Town Republican Committee!
So who's behind Ed Nabozny? Are they hiding until after the election?
Thursday, November 2, 2017
In February 2017, Solar City notified the Town Board that they were unable to meet that date due to "difficulty negotiating" with National Grid "over the need for costly substation upgrades." On March 1, in a "First Amendment to the PPA," the Board passed Resolution 35-2017 to extend the due date to December 31, 2017.
A few questions:
- Did Solar City pay Greenport any penalty from December 18, 2016 to March 1, 2017?
- Does the First Amendment to the PPA, which is not available on the town's website, contain the same penalty for each day past the new outside date?
- When asked at the most recent town meeting when the solar farm is expected to be operational, Supervisor Ed Nabozny replied that "as a layman's guess" it would be three or four months, which is past the current due date. Why does Supervisor Nabozny have to make "a layman's guess"?
- Why does he know so little about a project expected to save Greenport a lot of money?
- If the solar farm is late again, will Supervisor Nabozny still be reluctant to collect a penalty from Solar City?
Tuesday, October 31, 2017
Final, certified results of the Independence Party primary were posted today on the Columbia County Board of Elections website. Kathy Leck Eldridge beat Ed Nabozny 41-13, compared to his 32-16 showing in the 2015 primary for Greenport town supervisor. Clearly, Independence Party voters in Greenport have changed their minds about Ed Nabozny.
And remarkably, Clayton Clark, a longterm incumbent whose name appeared on the ballot, lost his position on the Independence Party line to two write-in candidates, Janice Brodowski and Carol Peckham. Certified results for Greenport town council were Brodowski 36, Peckham 29, and Clark 20.
Friday, October 27, 2017
|From left to right: Didi Barrett, Kathy Leck Eldridge (Greenport Town Supervisor candidate), and Carol Peckham and Janice Brodowski (Town Council candidates)|