CSC: Docket No. 470 - NTE (Killingly)

 
DOCKET NO. 470 – NTE Connecticut, LLC application for a Certificate of Environmental Compatibility and Public Need for the construction, maintenance, and operation of a 550-megawatt dual-fuel combined cycle electric generating facility and associated electrical interconnection switchyard located at 180 and 189 Lake Road, Killingly, Connecticut.

APPLICATION

            Cover Letter, 8/17/16
Volume 1
   >Part I
   >Part II
   >Appendix E - Wetland Information ProposedExisting 
   >Appendix F - Ecological Report Section1 Part 1  Assessment Report  Part 2
Bulk Filing
   >Town of Killingly Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Regulations                   
 
PROCEDURAL CORRESPONDENCE 
 STATE AGENCY COMMENTS
 
 MUNICIPAL COMMENTS
 PUBLIC OFFICIAL COMMENTS
HEARING INFORMATION
 
Schedule
 
Service List
 
Hearing Program
 
Transcripts
PARTIES AND INTERVENORS
 

APPLICANT - NTE CONNECTICUT, LLC

Exhibits

 

 

Correspondence
Letter from Ken Baldwin on behalf of NTE to Sean Hendricks of the Town of Killingly, 10/4/16
Letter from Ken Baldwin on behalf of NTE to John R. Bashaw, Esq. representative for NAPP, 10/4/16
NTE Response to CSC Request for Extension, 01/12/17

   

 
Motions and Objections
Post Hearing Briefs and Draft Findings of Fact
 

PARTY/CEPA INTERVENOR - NOT ANOTHER POWER PLANT (NAPP)

Exhibits
 
 
Correspondence
 
Motions and Objections
 
 
Post Hearing Briefs and Draft Findings of Fact
 

PARTY - TOWN OF KILLINGLY

Exhibits
 
Correspondence
 

PARTY - SIERRA CLUB

Exhibits
 
Correspondence
 
Motions and Objections
 
Post Hearing Briefs and Draft Findings of Fact
 

PARTY - CONNECTICUT FUND FOR THE ENVIRONMENT

Exhibits
 
Correspondence
 
Motions and Objections
 
Post Hearing Briefs and Draft Findings of Fact
 

PARTY - WYNDHAM LAND TRUST, INC.

Exhibits
 
Correspondence
 

 
DRAFT FINDINGS OF FACT
  
DECISION
Decision Package, 05/16/17 (complete package)
   Opinion
   
 
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Once an application is approved the applicant then must file what is known as a Development & Management (D&M) Plan, which addresses several details including construction, design, etc., for Council approval prior to construction.

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