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Week of 07/05/2021.

Our crews will be observing July 5th as a holiday, with work resuming on Tuesday, July 6th. 
 
This week, we will continue work on the access road for T38 off of William Law Road, and we will begin work on the access roads for T3 off of Bryce Road and T13, T28, and T36 off of Pazzelli Road. 
 
We will wrap up stump removal activities around T14, T15, T21, T23, and T24, which are located on the ridge east of Bryce Road. Later in the week, we will shift the stump removal activities to the collection line area on Bryce Road between T15 and T28.   
 
Blasting will occur at T7 off of William Law Road. Additionally, we will be setting up for directional boring between T24 and T25 along Route 41. Our local contractor, Wheeler Excavating, will continue road repair and reinforcements on sections of William Law Road. There will be a partial road closure on Route 41 just south of North Sanford Road – our crew will be building a temporary access road to be used for directional drilling. Heavy truck traffic is expected on William Law Road, Farnham Road, and Pazzelli Road throughout the week, with trucks hauling in aggregate from the area’s quarries. Additionally, we will be moving equipment from Pazzelli Road to Bryce Road, and we will be using the detour from Bryce Road to Shaver Hill. The forecast calls for isolated showers throughout the week, which could temporarily delay these activities.

About the Bluestone Wind Farm 
The Bluestone Wind Farm, currently under construction in the Towns of Sanford and Windsor, is a wind-powered electric generation project consisting of up to 26 wind turbines. The project site will also include approximately 13 miles of access roads, 36 miles of 34.5 kV (kilovolt) collection lines, a 34.5 kV collection substation, at least one permanent meteorological towers and an operations and maintenance facility. All project components will be located within approximately 5,662 acres. For more information and to view project certificates and approvals, please visit our website
 
For the first year of construction, project construction activities are legally limited to the hours of 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. on Sundays and national holidays. Please note that construction plans may change due to local and state weather conditions; if this occurs, we will provide updates as soon as they are available.
 
The Procedure and Contact Information for Registering a Complaint
We want to hear from you during this process. Complaints or concerns may be made through the below channels. For safety reasons, including COVID-19 protocols, members of the public are not allowed onsite to register complaints with Bluestone Wind-affiliated workers outside of the locations identified below.
  1. By calling the Toll-Free Number: 1-866-418-8753
  2. By writing to Bluestone Wind at its email address bluestone@northlandpower.com; or mailing complaints to the local Bluestone Wind Office at 136 Front Street, Deposit, NY 13754; or mailing Northland Power at its principal place of business at 30 St. Clair Avenue West, 12th Floor, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4V 3A1
Project Development Manager and Construction Manager 
Project Development ManagerChris Stanton
chris.stanton@northlandpower.com

Construction Manager: Stan Stret
stan.stret@northlandpower.com


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