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Audubon Society appeals wind farm permit  

Credit:  Shar Porier | Herald/Review | May 2, 2013 | www.svherald.com ~~

BISBEE – Arizona Audubon is appealing a recent decision made by the Cochise County Planning and Zoning Commission on the approval of a special use permit for a wind power generation farm between Willcox and Bowie.

On April 10, the plan commission members heard the request of Red Horse 2, LLC and Torch Renewable Energy, LLC, to build a 28-turbine wind farm located primarily on state trust lands that will produce around 51-megawatts of power on 220 acres. Most of that parcel is located on state trust lands and a small portion of the acreage is on private land. The turbines could be as tall as 497 feet with blades up to 197 feet long.

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Source:  Shar Porier | Herald/Review | May 2, 2013 | www.svherald.com

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