Credit: BY: Emily Bruns |
27 August 2012 ~~
OREGON—After years of legal obstacles and long mission delays for the Baileyville Wind Farm, LLC, in Maryland Township, Apex Wind Energy experienced a favorable nod Tuesday night as the Ogle County Board approved in an 11-9 vote a “special use” permit, to allow installation of underground cables that will connect to the wind turbines, once built.
The wind farm, which was initiated in 2005, is projected to build 40 turbines, which would owned by John and Dawn Collman and is leased out to Apex Wind Energy.
For the complete article see the 08-26-2012 issue.
BY: Emily Bruns |
27 August 2012
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