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New Milford Settles With Candlewood Solar; Key Concessions

The Town of New Milford has reached a settlement in its lawsuit challenging the Connecticut Siting Council’s 2017 approval of Candlewood Solar LLC’s development and management plans for a 20 megawatt (MW) solar photovoltaic electric generating facility on a sensitive Candlewood Mountain site. Cramer & Anderson Municipal Law Partner Dan Casagrande, who represents the Town in

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‘Hank’ Anderson Memorial Scholarship Applications Open

Applications are now being accepted from New Milford High School students for the 2022 Henry B. “Hank” Anderson Memorial Scholarship. Cramer & Anderson, with a flagship office in New Milford, awards two scholarships of $500 each to graduating students. The firm created the scholarship initiative in 2020 to honor the firm’s Founding Partner, who died in June

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Cramer & Anderson Plays Santa in New Milford and Danbury

Cramer & Anderson’s tradition of giving back during the holiday season continued this year with multiple efforts, including participating in the New Milford Social Services Department’s Santa Fund and the holiday gift drive of The Center for Empowerment and Education in Danbury. Danbury Holiday Donation Paralegal Jessica Cavalier collected donations from partners and staff in

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2021 Hank Anderson Memorial Scholarships Awarded

Cassidy Ranno of Sherman and Nathaniel Cramer of New Milford are the recipients of the 2021 Henry B. “Hank” Anderson Memorial Scholarships, created by the firm to honor Founding Partner Hank Anderson, who died in June 2019 at age 101. Each student receives $500. The scholarships were presented at the New Milford High School Specialty Awards &


Power Distributors Cut Ties With Candlewood Solar Project

The controversial Candlewood Solar project has lost its buyers for the solar power that would be generated by a solar photovoltaic facility on an environmentally sensitive site in New Milford. On Nov. 10, the power distribution companies that had signed power purchase agreements (PPAs) with Candlewood Solar LLC sent notices of termination. A Nov. 13


Another State Agency Says Candlewood Solar Should Be Stopped

An independent state environmental watchdog agency is urging the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) not to waver in finding the controversial Candlewood Solar plans unsuitable because there’s no possibility of mitigating the project’s grave impact on the threatened northern slimy salamander. The Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ), whose role includes reviewing Environmental

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