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Docket No. 192B - Oxford

CPV Towantic, LLC Motion to Reopen and Modify the June 23, 1999 Certificate of Environmental Compatibility and Public Need based on changed conditions pursuant to Connecticut General Statutes §4-181a(b) for the construction, maintenance and operation of a 785 MW dual-fuel combined cycle electric generating facility located north of the Prokop Road and Towantic Hill Road intersection in the Town of Oxford, Connecticut.
The deadline for public comments in this matter is on or before Monday, April 27, 2015. Please be advised that public comments are not posted to the webpages for matters as they contain personally identifying information that the authors may not want to be published. A physical public comment file containing all of the comments received for this matter is available for inspection at the Siting Council office during regular business hours.
   Exhibit 1
   Exhibit 2  
   Exhibit 3
Procedural Correspondence
Transcripts
   
State Agency Comments
  
Municipal Comments
State Official Comments
Parties and Intervenors
   
Pre-hearing Questions and Responses
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Pre-filed Hearing Testimony and Documents
      CPV Towantic, L.L.C.
            Attachments to Late Filed Exhibits
               Bulk Filing of Late Filed Exhibit 2c, 2/16/15
               Attachment #2
            
      Raymond Pietrorazio
         Pre-Hearing Submittal w/o attachments, 1/7/15 (attachments provided on CD and available upon request)
   
      Connecticut Light & Power Company
      Borough of Naugatuck and Borough of Naugatuck Water Pollution Control Authority
      Pomperaug River Watershed Coalition
      Naugatuck Valley Audubon Society
         Pre-Filed Testimony, 2/3/15
         Pre-Filed Testimony, 3/3/15
      Middlebury Land Trust
      Westover School
       Marian Larkin & Greenfields, LLC
           Bulk Filing of Aerial Map, received on February 10, 2015
      Middlebury Bridle Land Association
      Wayne McCormack
      Burton Stevens-Oxford Flying Club
      Naugatuck River Revival Group
      Town of Middlebury
      Jay Halpern
      Westover Hills Subdivision Homeowners
      Quassy Amusement Park 
Motions, Briefs and Findings of Fact
         Interrogatories, dated March 2, 2015
Decision
Development & Management Plan

   D&M Interrogatories
      Attachment 16   
   Comments
   Motions
   Correspondence
D&M Plan Decision
Operations Plan

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