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Spending the weekend in my hometown area of Tampa Bay reminds me that Pinellas County is an overbuilt, tiny peninsula.  That makes the proposal to use an old landfill as a solar farm an intriguing possibility.  

A large, ugly swath of land right off Interstate 275 used to be the Toytown Landfill.  Proposals for redevelopment of this piece of land have come and gone over recent years--new home for the Tampa Bay Rays or an office complex. What better place to put a solar farm than on acreage that is unusable for much of anything else?   What a great way to introduce the public to alternative energy as they drive toward downtown St Petersburg.  According to a recent news report, investors may be looking seriously at this site for a solar venture.


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