Reminder: Understanding the MEPA Process

Please join us on March 17th 3:45-5:15 when retired EPA Program Analyst, Kathy Castagna, talks about the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act (MEPA) review process, recently initiated by the town proposing a 300% increase in groundwater discharge at the wastewater facility in Camelot Park.

The MEPA review process provides meaningful opportunities for public review of potential environmental impacts of projects where actions by state agencies are required. It is extremely important we understand this process so the community can effectively interact with it and strive for a positive outcome.

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  1. Sounds like a fantastic event! The MEPA process is at play with the Plymouth Airport Expansion so this is informative for West Plymouth and Carver too!

    There are numerous AD Makepeace large ground mounted solar projects in South Plymouth in Wareham, on the Wareham border, that are in the MEPA process right now. We are waiting for the MEPA Certificate on the 54 acre 0 Tihonet Road Makepeace solar project. This will add another 54 acres of deforestation of the Pine Barrens, on top of the proposed 200 acres at 150 and 140 Tihonet and 27 Charge Pond Road, Wareham. And that’s on top of the existing 160 Tihonet 50 acre solar project. – this entire corridor from the Plymouth border to Buzzards Bay will be obliterated. This is all under MEPA review!

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