continued Boisen said the plant was the joint work of members of the town board over the past decade, along with former Supervisor Ronald Jackson and the services of AES Northeast.
“I am very impressed with the fact that AES worked very hard to make sure that this facility fit into the community,” she said. “It sits beautifully here, and it was a great collaborative effort that took many years and many hours to get done. There are a lot of hands that worked hard at this.”
“It is bigger than you would think looking at it from the outside,” Gardner said. “I am very proud of it.”