The Berkshire Eagle reports two of the state's most respected environmental and land-use lawyers will face off once again Wednesday in an unlikely place: the Savoy firehouse.

Ruth H. Silman of the Boston firm Nixon Peabody and Mark Bobrowski of Blatman, Bobrowski & Haverty of Concord are the legal guns being deployed as the fate of a decade-old wind-energy project comes down to the wire.

The town's Zoning Board of Appeals, represented by Bobrowski, resumes a public hearing Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the Route 116 fire station.

The board will continue to hear arguments from Minuteman Wind LLC, Silman's client, that it was wrongly denied a building permit this spring.

However, the Minuteman Wind venture still holds a special permit.

The ZBA could vote Wednesday night. If Minuteman Wind loses its appeal to the panel it could go to court.