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These postings are provided to help publicize and provide examples of the efforts of affiliated groups and individuals related to industrial wind energy development. Most of the notices posted here are not the product of nor are they necessarily endorsed by National Wind Watch.
The scale of modern industrial wind turbines merits thoughtfulness regarding zoning ordinances.
Background (Preamble): Upstate NY Power Corporation has applied for a PILOT as of October 5, 2009. The requested a decision not later than December 31, 2009 to allow their project financing to be completed. They also stated that they are under a strict deadline to allow their construction to start and reach a certain percentage completion, to qualify for 30% Federal subsidies from the Stimulus Fund. The application has not provided sufficient details about their financial strength, and actually refuses . . .
GIANT WIND TURBINES !!!!!! For FACTS about the devastation and proven health issues, PLEASE visit: www.WindTurbineSyndrome.com www.NationalWindWatch.org www.BetterPlan.SquareSpace.org www.WindAction.org www.NortexWind.org My family has been surrounded by 27 Wind Monsters erected by Wind Capital Group and John Deere in King City, Mo. As close as 1200′ from our front door. For the TRUTH about what a nightmare it truly is email us: email@example.com
A location a few miles south of Woodward has been designated as the “hub” substation for wind power for this part of the nation. Extra high voltage lines will emerge from that substation like spokes on a wagon wheel. Additionally, before all of this is said and done, there will be a large number of wind turbines and power lines south of Woodward. … Ad run in newspapers Oct. 14-15, 2008 Download “Do no harm and be responsible”
Save the Prairie ran this half-page ad for two days in the Woodward News.
This witty 60-second radio ad is generously provided for free use by any opposition groups who want to use it. Listen to “Top 5 reasons for industrial wind”
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