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NECEC takes steps to clear corridor next week

Despite a pending appeal and a court request to Stay, Central Maine Power’s (CMP) New England Clean Energy Connect (NECEC) project began marking trees this week to begin clearing a 53-mile long and 54-foot wide corridor through Maine’s northwestern forest. Beth Boepple, representing a Maine group opposing the project: Say No to NECEC, filed a supplement to the Stay Motion saying “the imminence of construction and immediate and irreparable harm are now alarmingly real – next week Tuesday come the bulldozers, and the trees will be gone.”

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