By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
ANSONIA -Residents aren’t ready to unroll the welcome mat for a $20 million proposal to
build a plant that turns food waste into energy, that could potentially cut the
city’s utilities costs in half.
About 25 residents and city officials attended an information meeting
Thursday headed up by Chris Timbrell with Greenpoint Energy Partners, based in
Brooklyn, New York.
This is the second time Greenpoint made its pitch to the city, and since the
first forum, in January 2013, the project has been downsized.
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