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Group appeals court ruling OK'ing nine turbines  

A local citizens group filed an appeal Tuesday to reverse Luzerne County Judge Michael Conahan’s decision allowing Energy Unlimited to build nine of its proposed 34 wind turbines on county-owned land in Bear Creek Township.

Save Crystal Lake, which opposes the proposed wind farm near Crystal Lake, filed the appeal through attorney William Higgs on the grounds the land was purchased for preservation.

Bear Creek supervisors rejected, 2-1, Energy Unlimited’s proposed land variance to build the additional nine turbines of the proposed wind park.

Conahan previously overturned the supervisors’ vote on the other 25 turbines. That decision was appealed by the township and Save Crystal Lake, and awaits a Commonwealth Court decision.

citizensvoice.com

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