Plymouth Rock Studios Kicks Off State’s Environmental Review Process

PLYMOUTH, Mass., Dec. 19 /PRNewswire/ — State Environmental officials formally began the review process of the proposed Plymouth Rock Studios project by conducting a public comment session and site walk related to the Company’s Expanded Environmental Notification Form (EENF) today.

The session was conducted by the Secretary of Environmental Affairs, Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act (MEPA) Unit to review the project’s permitting schedule and accept public comment. Over fifty Plymouth residents attended the forum at the Waverly Oaks Golf Course, future site of the studio complex, to ask questions and offer their support for the project.

“The beginning of the environmental review process by the Executive Office of Environmental Affairs is a significant step forward,” said Plymouth Rock Studios managing Partner Bill Wynn. “We look forward to working with the town, state permitting officials and most importantly our future neighbors as the permitting and review process moves forward.”

About Plymouth Rock Studios:

Plymouth Rock Studios is a $500-million film and television studio complex in Plymouth, Massachusetts, slated to open in 2010 as the world’s first LEED(R)-certified, environmentally friendly studio complex. The studio will have 14 soundstages and a 10-acre back lot, plus production offices, post-production facilities, a theater, hotel, and an amenity village. The project is projected to create over 2,000 high-income jobs and provide the infrastructure for the sustained growth of the entertainment industry in New England. For more information on Plymouth Rock Studios: http://www.plymouthrockstudios.com or http://www.hollywoodeasttv.com.

[Via http://www.prnewswire.com]

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