Now for the feature presentation.
Last night the Holyoke City Council dispensed with the "illegal" moratorium on transfer stations, so now the City can focus on the "legal" process of approval provided by the State.
This process, which has already begun, includes the whole City, not just one City Councilor. Hearings (not yet scheduled) will be held by a representative of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection in conjunction with the City's board of health, probably at the High School auditorium. This will be the time for the people of Holyoke, not activist from other towns, to voice their concerns, or maybe even their support of the proposed Main Street transfer station project.
The Shame of the Lopez side show is that it detracted from the State's legal process. Deadlines are passing, and most people have no idea.
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