it paid for hotel rooms in December for
Bob McCann and Gil Waldman of Sterling Energy. Why?
How much more has VLCIA spent on travel for Sterling?
And how can this public-private keep Sterling documents related
to the biomass plant confidential?
According to the VDT,
“Biomass plant said good for Valdosta and Georgia,”
by Johnna Pinholster, 4 Nov 2010,
“Gilbert Waldman is vice president and general manager of Sterling Energy Assets”
“Sterling Energy brought in Robert McCann, Jr. from Golder Associates Inc.”
It’s curious that VLCIA paid for a room for the general manager of Sterling
Energy, which I thought VLCIA said was the principle investor in the project.
Seems like more
we, we, we to me.
This is yet more evidence that VLCIA and Sterling Energy do indeed
have a public-private partnership.
In which case, why can Sterling and VLCIA
claim Sterling’s wood fuel
sourcing study is proprietary?
The VDT also said:
On Tuesday, Waldman, an environmental consultant, members of the Valdosta-Lowndes County Industrial Authority board, and Brad Lofton, executive director of the authority, sat down to discuss the plant, how it works and how clean it will be.
Did VLCIA also pay for rooms for Waldman and McCann for that
Tuesday 2 Nov 2010 meeting?
How much money has VLCIA spent bringing them down here?