A big crowd is expected for tonight’s meeting of the Romulus Town Planning Board. That’s because there will be a presentation on a 365-million-dollar incinerator being proposed for 48 acres of the former Seneca Army Depot. Planning Board Chairperson Tom Bouchard tells Finger Lakes News Radio they received Circular EnerG’s 715-page application a little less than a month ago, so they are still in the early stages of a long process.
Protesters from Gas Free Seneca, which rallied against underground storage of liquid propane around the Watkins Glen area, are expected to be in attendance. Bouchard says all are welcome to attend, but stresses public comments will not be heard.
The meeting starts tonight at seven o’clock and will be held at the Romulus Fire House on Cayuga Street.
Conceptual plan for the proposed 365-million-dollar incinerator on part of the former Seneca Army Depot: C3320 Conceptual Facility Plan_20171204