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The Kandiyohi County Commission will review Tepetonka’s Environmental Assessment Worksheet at their upcoming meeting on October 3. At that Kandiyohi County Commission meeting they will be deciding if they will request a full Environmental Impact Statement for the proposed Tepetonka Golf Course. This is our community’s next big chance to have our voices and our concerns heard. Our community deserves to have our concerns prioritized over those of an exclusive private golf course. Our message to the County Commission must be clear, “EIS NOW for TEPETONKA!”
Minnesota Power and Dairyland Power Cooperative have been working for years to build a new $700 million natural gas plant – the Nemedji Trail Energy Center (NTEC) in Superior, Wisconsin – just across the shore from Duluth. The plant would send 20% of its electricity to Minnesota, putting Minnesotans on the hook for its costs and pollution. Minnesota Power and Dairyland are now asking the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) for a loan. Please tell the USDA that taxpayers do not want to fuel the climate crisis with new fossil fuel infrastructure.
Tell your House Rep + Senators: No cuts to New ERA, PACE, or REAP clean energy funding for Rural Communities
The Inflation Reduction Act contained historic investments in rural electrification that will help rapidly accelerate the clean energy transition, improving our energy system and creating 90,000 jobs over the next ten years. Now, before this money has had a chance to be placed in rural communities across the country, House Republicans on the Appropriations Committee have proposed to SLASH these critical programs. These cuts would reduce rural communities’ opportunities to reinvest in critical energy infrastructure.
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