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Public meeting set for windmill appeal  

It’s official, an appeal has been filed with the Bingham County Commissioners regarding the approval of over 100 wind turbines to be erected in Wolverine Canyon.

Last month, Bingham County’s Planning and Zoning Commission signed off on a special use permit allowing Ridgeline Energy to install 150 windmills east of Firth.

Many land owners and people who use the area for recreation were not happy with the decision and filed an appeal with the Bingham County Commissioners.

A public meeting has been set for October 29th at 9 A.M. at the Bingham County Courthouse in the commissioners chambers.


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