Bethlehem Township proposes controls over solar energy installations
Rules and regulations about installing solar energy equipment to produce electricity are included in a new ordinance introduced by the Bethlehem Township Committee.
The public hearing will be at the committee’s meeting on Thursday, April 5, 7:30 p.m. in the Municipal Building, 405 Mine Road.
The township’s professional planner, Lisa Specca of Clarke, Caton and Hintz, assisted with drawing up the ordinance, as did Township Attorney Robert Kenny. This was to make sure it complies with state laws as well as the township land use manual and ordinances, the mayor said.
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