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Spa Solar Park Development
Thanks in part to our efforts, a two-megawatt solar array will be constructed on the City’s closed Weibel Ave. landfill. Members of our Climate & Energy committee developed the project proposal that was approved by the City of Saratoga Springs in 2014.
UPDATE: The Spa Solar Park project experienced significant
LUCAS WILLARD • NOV 16, 2016 • www.wamc.org
Supporters of the long-awaited preservation of a community farm in Saratoga Springs cheered Tuesday night after the city approved a conservation easement to protect the Pitney Farm for years to come.
After a plan to purchase 166-acre Pitney
MULCH VOLCANOES KILL TREES
Let’s end this deadly decorative fad that has swept the landscaping industry.
Original Photo from Madison Tree Care
In May 2015, Sustainable Saratoga sent out an e-blast with our first-ever Forestry Tip, “Mulch Volcanoes Kill Trees – Let’s end their
Saratoga Places for All (SPA) Housing
Last August, Sustainable Saratoga made a formal request to the City Council to adopt a zoning amendment entitled the SPA (Saratoga Places for All) Housing Ordinance. For a sustainable future, we must have more diverse and affordable housing. This ordinance would add an important missing element in our community’s overall
To celebrate the first days of summer, here is a summer reading list, suggested by Sustainable Saratoga’s Board of Directors:
The Wild Trees, by Richard Preston
A solar park proposed by Sustainable Saratoga for the former Weibel Ave. landfill has received state funding, according to Finance Commissioner Michele Madigan. The project, which will be developed on the city-owned landfill by contractor SunEdison, will provide a large proportion of the city’s power needs. Madigan