March NSTAR/Eversource Update

Submitted by Sue Phelan, GreenCape.org As of today, the electric utility NSTAR/Eversource has yet to publish a 2016 Yearly Operational Plan for all parts of the State but it’s still a little too early to cheer…. Here’s the State regulator’s list of herbicides the utility is allowed to use on public and private property all over […]

NSTAR/Eversource and Other Utility Spraying: Your Voice Needed

Submitted by Sue Phelan, GreenCAPE In September, GreenCAPE was invited to provide informational materials and direct input relating to the Eversource spraying on electric utility rights-of-way (ROWs) by the Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Healey’s office following her public forum in Barnstable where we raised our objections to Eversource’s continued violation of our civil liberties and […]

Submit Complaints about NSTAR/Eversource Rights-of-Way Spraying Now

Submitted by Sue Phelan, info@GreenCAPE.org  The Attorney General’s Office reports that there are few complaints/objections filed with MDAR related to the NSTAR/Eversource herbicide spraying this year. Complaints are necessary for the AG to investigate the spraying. They require documentation. Send your objections and report any questionable spraying activity you see. Ask the Attorney General’s Office to investigate MDAR (the […]

NSTAR/Eversource Receives Approval for Controversial Spraying

Submitted by Sue Phelan, info@GreenCAPE.org  On Thursday, June 11, the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources (MDAR) approved the 2015 Eversource (formerly NSTAR) Yearly Operational Plan (YOP) for Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard despite serious and widespread objections from Cape residents and tourists.  If you vacation on Cape Cod, you should know that the following towns have […]

NSTAR/Eversource Plan to Use Toxic Herbicides Again in 2015

Submitted by Sue Phelan, info@GreenCAPE.org  NSTAR (now re-branded as Eversource Energy) has published their 2015 Yearly Operational Plan (YOP) for Cape Cod and beyond. Once again includes the use of powerful herbicides.  Please spend a little time looking at the plan, the maps, the warnings. The plans are not substantially different from town to town but the […]