Deer Lake in Ishpeming, Mich., classified as a major international toxic hot spot since 1987, may get a clean bill of health this year after decades of costly cleanup.
Their bills tackle net metering, microgrids, fair-value pricing and community renewable-energy gardens.
Concerns about pipeline safety and disclosure continue to be the source of controversy.
Zoning doesn’t intrude on state’s regulatory oversight, court says. Minority dissent argues that local ordinances do more than regulate land use.