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Villages Hopes to Hear from Residents about State Climate Plan

The village board is putting the brakes on a resolution that most municipalities are passing because they want to hear from the public first.

The resolution opposes the state’s proposal to phase out gas appliances and heating equipment by 2030, a portion of New York’s Climate Act that was passed into law in 2019. It says that this plan will be a burden to the working class to convert their homes to electricity and says that the idea is not feasible in WNY winters, especially with the recent C...

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