New Jersey town debates clearing trees for solar project.

April 9, 2012
Could a field of man-made hardware be “greener” than a 5-acre woodland? A Moonachie company recently cut down scores of trees in one of the borough’s few remaining undeveloped plots of land in order to install 3,150 solar panels -- and in the process triggered a green debate.

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