Opponents of Proposed Trash Incinerator in Seneca Co. in Albany Today

Opponents of the proposed trash incinerator in Seneca County will be in Albany today to urge lawmakers to pass legislation supporting Home Rule for the state's expedited power plant siting process. 

If passed, the final say on the incinerator plan would be left up to the Town of Romulus, where local officials are already on record against it. 

Rochester-based developer Circular enerG wants to build the trash-to-energy incinerator at the former Seneca Army Depot. The company is looking to bypass local opposition by getting approval directly from the state siting board.

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