Adirondack Explorer


Hydro plants are green energy

In regard to your article about dams on the Saranac River (November/December): The protection/conservation population constantly encourages the use of renewable energy sources. Yet you as a group constantly gripe about solar or wind farms—and heaven forbid someone wants to have a hydro plant.

Hey children, look out past the end of your nose … you can't have it both ways!

Robert Grimm


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