Credit: April 12, 2013 — By MARK MILLER |
During the course of discussion last Thursday night and into Friday morning, Mark GiaQuinta, a Fort Wayne attorney representing Apex Wind Energy, told the members of the Area Plan Commission that as long as their proposed plan for a second industrial wind turbine farm in the rural areas south of Bluffton meet the requirements in the county’s Wind Energy Conversion Systems ordinance, they had no choice but to approve the plan.
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April 12, 2013 — By MARK MILLER |
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