A Norwalk photo #96

Activists protest in Killingly. With them are Norwalkers Virginia Auster, holding the “honk for no new power plant” sign, and Diane Keefe, holding the yellow and black sign. Auster is 97 years old. (Contributed)

NORWALK, Conn. — Norwalkers Virginia Auster and Diane Keefe joined activists demonstrating against the proposed Killingly natural gas plant over the weekend. It took an hour and 45 minutes to get there, Keefe said.


3 responses to “A Norwalk photo #96”

  1. John Miksad

    Activism for people and planet! Thank you! It is time to wean ourselves off fossil fuels and transition to clean energy and a sustainable economy. This should include job transition/carryover pay for those affected.

  2. Bryan Meek

    Honk for $500 electric bills and moving back into the stone ages of cuttnig and burning wood which is far more polluting. Electricity from natural gas conversion has the lowest footprint of all forms of hydrocarbon conversion and carbon capture technology is here and real. But who needs to move forward?

  3. Irene Corsaro

    This plant does not necessarily meet CT needs. It’s backed by a Florida based company whose mandate is 7 years old and outdated at this point since it does not meet the state’s emission reduction goals. The Sierra Club is firmly opposed as it threatens environmental habitats. Killingly already has an almost 800 mega-watt gas power plant !

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