Tioga Preservation Group, Dr. Stephen Ollock, and Patricia Ollock v. Tioga County Planning Commission
Land Use Appeal
On or about September 24, 2007, AES Armenia Mountain Wind, LLC (“AES”) filed a Land Development Application (“Application”) with the Tioga county Planning Commission proposing to construct a wind farm on properties located in eastern Tioga County as more fully described in the Application. The Application indicated the intent to construct 72 turbines; upon reasonable belief, AES has increased the proposed number o turbines to 128 turbines. …
In granting the Preliminary Approval, the Planning Commission acted capriciously, abused its discretion, and committed errors of law in the following manner …
WHEREFORE, [Tioga Preservation Group, Dr. Stephen Ollock, and Patricia Ollock] respectfully requests the Court:
(1) Reverse the grant of preliminary approval and deny the Preliminary Land Development Plan; and
(2) Grant such other alternative relief as may be permitted by law.
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