FORT DRUM — ReEnergy Black River biomass power facility, which is responsible for supplying all of Fort Drum’s electricity, is proceeding to close in March, according to a statement Friday from the company.

Previously ReEnergy had submitted a petition in July to the state Public Service Commission where it requested that a program be established that would allow for the facility to be financially viable.

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Rambo

Kicking 300 jobs out the door and impacting the truck hauler of trees and other logging debris. Was good for the north country and now the electrical grid has more usage. Democrats don’t think of these things when it comes to all EV push when no new power plants are being planned.

Stupid as Stupid does!!!

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