Plant aims to meet growing energy needs

Part 3


By Cynthia Hochswender



This is the third of a multi-part series about the Cricket Valley Energy Center being built now in Dover. Part two ran in the June 28 Millerton News.


Dover —If New York state gets a new, less-polluting power company to help feed the hunger for electricity of its residents in New York City and Westchester County and other parts of the state, what does the town of Dover get?

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