Credit: By Marissa Sherer, Weekend Anchor/Reporter,
4 March 2012 ~~
An Auglaize County group that is opposing a wind farm in northern parts of the county is trying to get support from the public.
Auglaize Neighbors United presented the documentary film Windfall at the Wapa Theater Saturday morning in Wapakoneta.
The movie looks at life after wind turbines were built in Meredith, New York.
Spokesman Mike Burton says they are trying to get as much information out there on what can happen when a wind farm locates in a community.
In case you missed Saturday morning’s viewing there will be another chance on March 12 at 7 p.m. at the Wapa Theatre, then on March 27 the movie will be shown at Otterbein Cridersville at 6:30 in the evening.
By Marissa Sherer, Weekend Anchor/Reporter,
4 March 2012
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