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He asserted that all people from the northeast and other parts of the country have every right to work and live in peace in the capital “It is the duty of every citizen to ensure that such tragedies do not take place” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsConnecticut is one of relatively few states with no utility-scale wind capacity but that should change next year with the addition of two facilities in the northwest part of the state Sign up for eletters today and get the latest how-to from Fine Homebuilding plus special offers Connecticut could have its first utility-scale wind project by the middle of next year after the state Supreme Court dismissed the appeal of a citizens’ group to end a four-year regulatory and legal battle The court’s decision in mid-September lowered one of the last barriers preventing BNE Energy Inc from developing two sites in the northwest part of the state BNE plans to install a total of six 16-mw turbines three at each of two sites in the town of Colebrook The Hartford Courant reports BNE has already built some access roads to one of the sites and has done some preliminary work on the turbines But the company was waiting for the court’s decision before putting any more money at risk It’s been a long and bumpy road for BNE which originally filed applications with the Connecticut Siting Council the state agency that rules on power plants and transmission lines in late 2010 Shortly after the applications were filed explained Melanie Bachman the acting executive director and staff attorney for the council the state Legislature imposed a moratorium on commercial wind projects The ban was lifted only when the council drafted wind-specific regulations and a legislative committee approved them The moratorium didn’t affect the BNE projects directly “Because those projects were submitted before the bills had passed they were exempt” she told GBA “So [the BNE] projects could move forward But if anyone else came in with a proposal for a wind project there would be a moratorium until the regulations were adopted” BNE sought approval for three projects — the two in Colebrook plus a third in the town of Prospect southeast of Waterbury The Siting Council gave the OK to the Colebrook turbines in 2011 but denied the petition for the Prospect project Then a group called FairWindCT took the issue into the courts “They’re ready to go” Bachman said this week “There are no more obstacles but it’s 2014 It took four years for them to get through the process… It was such a laborious and contentious ordeal” FairWind objected to setback requirements Bachman said Connecticut is a little unusual in that a committee of the state Legislature reviews and approves regulations of administrative agencies like the Siting Council It’s somewhat controversial she said because legislators are not experts in the technical areas they regulate In the case of rules governing utility-scale wind projects it took the Siting Council five tries to get the proposals approved by the legislative committee They were accepted on Earth Day 2014 “Each time we thought we cleared a hurdle and drafted regulations that responded to their concerns they’d have another concern about another provision so we’d have to go back and work on that” Bachman said “Eventually they finally passed” She called the process a “debacle” A key stumbling point was a setback requirement that turbines be at least 15 times their height away from property lines (height in this case means the distance from the ground to the tip of the blade at the highest point of its arc) Bachman said the practical effect of the setback was a minimum lot size of 45 acres for a 500-ft-tall turbine not so easy to find in a small and relatively populated state like Connecticut FairWind however thought the setbacks should have been much greater “A setback distance of 15 [times] the turbine height is not enough” says a blog posted at the group’s website At the Colebrook projects one turbine will be located 435 ft from a sportsman’s club property; another will be 235 ft from a nature conservancy property line Neither would meet the setback requirement but because BNE was exempted the projects can be built as planned Get home building tips offers and expert advice in your inbox Written by Shradha Chettri | New Delhi | Published: June 1 2017 4:40 am Related News With articles essential for people with disabilities set to be taxed under the new GST regime organisations representing such people are incensed and have alleged that the government which talks about inclusion of persons with disabilities is in fact depriving them of basics necessities The organisations argue that for a person with a hearing impairment a hearing aid is essential for someone with a locomotor disability a wheelchair is indispensable and for the visually impaired books in Braille are part of daily life Under the GST taxes ranging from 5-18% on goods used by people with disabilities have been approved So far these goods were exempt from any form of excise and customs duty As per rates approved by the GST council on May 18 2017 18 per cent tax has been imposed on Braille typewriters 12 per cent on Braille paper 5 per cent on carriages for the disabled wheelchairs and assistive devices and 12 per cent on hearing aids This has prompted the All India Confederation of the Blind to write to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and the Minister for Social Justice and Empowerment Thawar Chand Gehlot asking them to withdraw the decision of the GST council “Braille books for blind children and wheelchairs for the orthopedically handicapped will now become more expensive The cost of printing Braille books is already higher For instance a 45-page book in Braille will be 100 pages as it is bigger in size The paper is expensive and so is the printing cost” said professor Anil Aneja vice-president of the confederation of the blind an organisation with 26 affiliates across the country They have also pointed out that several people with disabilities come from the economically weaker sections and the government decision would be an impediment in their education and employability “In the absence of help from the government it is NGOs that are working for their empowerment So we have to rely on community resources which is a constant challenge The taxes will make the situation worse” said Aneja Around 5 per cent of the population has some sort of disability Apart from an increase in prices activist worry that it will force people to use poor quality devices “Wheelchairs and other devices produced in the country are of poor quality So most of the materials used by the disabled are imported For wheelchairs made in India if one part breaks we have to replace it entirely and that is expensive This is unfair because most people with disabilities are unemployed” said Abha Khetarpal Maurya of the NGO Cross the Hurdles who has also received an award from the Women and Child Development Ministry For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News Bureau of Investigation,to investigate the attack Eyewitness Pramod Kanaujia said he was standing on the rooftop of his house when he saw two men on a motorcycle fire at Gagneja who was on foot close to the Red Cross Market near Jyoti Chowk He said the incident happened around 845 pm? a photographer for an Urdu daily in Kalburgi. Belagavi city police commissioner told The Indian Express. “Especially with the current sociopolitical climate,” he said. near the barbed LoC fence on Monday and later handed him over to police. the U.
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