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Supreme Court won't hear appeal in Bear Creek wind farm case  

Plans for a proposed 36-turbine wind farm in Bear Creek Township hit another snag for Energy Unlimited Inc.

The state Supreme Court decided to not hear the company’s appeal for the front 25 turbines. In February, Commonwealth Court upheld township supervisors’ assertion that the EUI’s plans were too incomplete. Project Manager Ed Shoener said the company will refile its preliminary plan with the township to move the project forward.

“We still believe in this plan,” he said.

The other nine turbines, which were part of a separate application, were rejected by township supervisors and have been caught up in other litigation.

Read the full story in Saturday’s Citizens’ Voice.

By Coulter Jones
Staff Writer

The Citizens Voice


26 October 2007

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