The presentation of a four-point plan to break the impasse over the Shepherd’s Run Solar Farm in Copake at a summit meeting between Hecate, the company proposing to build it, and representatives of several watchdog groups will, we hope, get this long-overdue project moving for the good of the environment.

The question of whether Shepherd’s Run is constructed or remains in limbo indefinitely now seems beside the point for Copake’s residents and the rest of Columbia County as electricity costs skyrocket, fossil fuel prices spiral out of control and green energy production fast becomes the order of the day.

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