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Residents Want Answers on KDC Solar Proposal in Bedminster

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To the Editor:
 
So, another "expert witness" shot down on cross examination. How long do we have to endure these shoddy reports by KDC attempting to support their "cause" before we can "Throw the bums out", as the saying goes?
 
This project is being pursued on Bedminster property, against our lawful zoning, to benefit ONLY Sanofi in Bridgewater.
 
WHY?
 
Because it is cheaper to install solar panels on farmland than over the roofs and parking lots on the Sanofi campus. Sanofi can have their "green behind the meter electricity" completely located on their own campus. Seems Sanofi and KDC WANT the bad publicity or they would have put up the panels on the Sanofi campus two years ago and been reaping the benefits of their "environmentally beneficial solar project" instead of haranguing Bedminster residents. 
 
Sincerely,
 
Susan Data-Samtak
 
Bedminster

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