Green

May 4, 2018

YORKTOWN, NY. – “What do we get when we plant a tree? We get a home for the birds and the bees. We get fruit and nuts to eat. We get wood to build our fleet. We get clean air we need to breath. We get shade on a summer’s day. We get a place to climb and play. What do we get when we plant a tree? A ...

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YORKTOWN, N.Y. – On Saturday for the 30th annual Battle of Yorktown, residents once again donned their brightly colored vests, grabbed garbage pickers and filled thousands of orange bags with trash that had been discarded on Yorktown’s roadsides. Though the event is held annually, and the Refuse ...

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YORKTOWN, N.Y.—A second solar farm has been proposed for Yorktown, this time for vacant land on Darby Street. Supervisor Michael Grace said the privately owned land is otherwise undevelopable. This is the second such proposal in as many months. In early October, a company proposed developing ...

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YORKTOWN, N.Y. – The first “solar farm” in Westchester may soon be coming to Mohegan Lake. Joseph Shanahan, director of real estate and permitting for the Clean Energy Collective, said his company is akin to a neighborhood co-op for vegetables. “You get enough homeowners who want fresh ...

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