Progress decides not to appeal Woodfi...

Progress decides not to appeal Woodfin action

There are 7 comments on the Asheville Citizen-Times story from May 23, 2007, titled Progress decides not to appeal Woodfin action. In it, Asheville Citizen-Times reports that:

Progress Energy will not appeal a Woodfin town board decision rejecting the construction of a $72 million power plant, the company announced Wednesday.

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NormanOklahoma

Maxton, NC

#1 May 24, 2007
Way to go, Woodfin. What was (lack of )Progress Energy thinking?
Kimberly Olsson

Kumla, Sweden

#2 May 24, 2007
Great Job People!
A Special thanks to Linda Larsen.
You did it girl!
Love, Kim.
yona

Wellford, SC

#3 May 24, 2007
We still need to drill for more oil in Anwar.
Polar bears and Eskimoes be hanged!
Chimps

Candler, NC

#4 May 24, 2007
Way to go Woodfin!
Erika Schneider

United States

#5 May 24, 2007
This is great news and is evidence that we as a community are shifting towards sustainability, and that this is achievable in our society. All the activists who put their energy and hearts into this process deserve the joy they are undoubtedly feeling. Also, Progress Energy has demonstrated courageous response. Thank you for listening, and embracing the strength to shift the paradigm.
Dionysis

Asheville, NC

#6 May 24, 2007
yona wrote:
We still need to drill for more oil in Anwar.
Polar bears and Eskimoes be hanged!
This is among the most thoughtless, barbaric, ignorant and selfish statements to be found. Why is there a "need" to risk ruining one of the very few pristine environments left on earth? To help fuel your Hummer? Moron.

" If drilling were permitted in the ANWR, it would take 10 years for production to start and would only produce 876,000 barrels of oil a day during peak of production. The amount of oil in ANWR would only increase the amount of oil reserve in the world reserve by 0.3% and there is not enough oil to make a slight difference in the world oil price. ANWR would produce about 3.3% of daily consumption of oil in America and we would still be dependent on foreign oil."

http://www.people.carleton.edu/~cdavidso/Geo1...

Since: Feb 07

Asheville, NC

#7 May 24, 2007
Congratulations to Mountain Voices Alliance and the Canary Coalition for tirelessly demonstrating authentic and effective grassroots political activism.

You too Screwie.

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