CHESTERTOWN — Two informational meetings to recruit local homeowners and businesses to join a solar power cooperative drew about 80 residents over the weekend. The sessions, conducted by representatives of Maryland Solar United Neighborhoods, are the first step in getting low-cost solar power for interested residents.

Corey Ramsden and Grant Klein of MD SUN led the meetings Friday, May 29 at Washington College and Saturday, May 30 at Chestertown town hall. They said they also ran a meeting in Tolchester, and were looking to set one up in Rock Hall. The co-op would be open to residents of Kent and northern Queen Anne’s counties.

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