Plans to lay off about 2/3 of the union workers at the Baldwin Energy Complex, owned by Dynegy, will have a devastating ripple effect on businesses and the way of life in small communities like Baldwin and other towns in the region. But the plant could remain in operation if legislation sought by Dynegy that strips the region from its current grid in favor of a different one is approved.
Plans to lay off about 2/3 of the union workers at the Baldwin Energy Complex, owned by Dynegy, will have a devastating ripple effect on businesses and the way of life in small communities like Baldwin and other towns in the region. But the plant could remain in operation if legislation sought by Dynegy that strips the region from its current grid in favor of a different one is approved. Tim Vizer tvizer@bnd.com
Plans to lay off about 2/3 of the union workers at the Baldwin Energy Complex, owned by Dynegy, will have a devastating ripple effect on businesses and the way of life in small communities like Baldwin and other towns in the region. But the plant could remain in operation if legislation sought by Dynegy that strips the region from its current grid in favor of a different one is approved. Tim Vizer tvizer@bnd.com