After the recommendations of the town’s planning board, the Andes Town Board on Thursday approved a six-month extension of the moratorium on wind-turbine development, Supervisor Martin Donnelly said.
The original moratorium would have expired Thursday, and the extension prevented a lapse in the law’s coverage.
About two dozen members of the Alliance of Andes, opponents of the industrial wind turbines, attended the planning board’s meeting Wednesday.
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