This is a special edition of my coastal update that is written regarding the Kenedy County wind farms. The Coastal Habitat Alliance is a group that was formed to bring together environmental and private sector interests to act to protect our coast. The Coastal Habitat Alliance is working to identify some agency with jurisdiction over these environmentally damaging wind farms. We are in federal court over the absolute absence of the Texas Coastal Management Program and we hope to have the court order the construction stopped pending some type of coastal management review. In the meantime, we have identified two major environmental issues and we are trying to find a regulatory agency with jurisdiction other than the relatively worthless Texas Coastal Management Program. Here is a summary of the current situation. …
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