Four weeks after outgoing Republican Ada County Commissioner Sharon Ullman cast a vote to extend the contract with Dynamis Energy from 2019 to 2042, Democrats will meet to discuss what we can do about it, according to a Facebook posting by Ada Democratic Chairwoman Colleen Fellows.
There are far too many unanswered questions about how our county commission has handled the project and how the plant will operate, writes Fellows. This is our backyard!
The hour-long meeting begins at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the IBEW Hall at 225 16th St. in Boise. The public is welcome.
The Hidden Springs Town Association also is hosting an informational meeting about Dynamis at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Hidden Springs Clubhouse.
In advance of that meeting, a newly formed group called Idaho Citizens for a Safe Environment and a Transparent Government sent a letter to Dynamis, the commissioners and area reporters with 20 questions it has about the project and the commissioners support for it.
Andrew Schoppe, the groups lawyer, said the group is contemplating legal action against the project.