I cannot disagree more with your editorial of March 17. Yes, solar power is needed, but it should not be at the cost of tillable soil (crops), pasture (livestock) or wildlife habitat as your editorial espouses. It belongs on the roof of any commercial building. Exiting parking lots like FSK Mall, Sam’s Club, Costco, and those along the Golden Mile could be covered and have solar panels installed on them as I have seen done in several places in Prince George’s County. An advantage to providing solar energy in these locations is the power is available where it is needed and does not take miles of new poles and wires to distribute electricity to the city where it is needed most. Does anyone want new poles and transmission lines in their neighborhood? Some citizens in Urbana certainly didn’t.