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Kolding siger nej til lovlige vindmøller 

Credit:  10-06-13 · Af · Jan Svanevik · tvsyd.dk ~~

[Kolding says no to wind turbines – Massive protests against 150-meter-high wind turbines in Taps near Christiansfeld have been listened to. The wind turbines will be dropped, even though they meet legal noise requirements. … “We might as well recognize that we should not have turbines that are so close to a town”, said Mayor Jørn Pedersen.]

Massive protester mod 150 høje vindmøller ved Taps nær Christiansfeld er blevet hørt. Vindmøllerne bliver droppet, selvom de lever op til kravene.

Kolding Kommune stillede for et halvt år siden vindmølleplanerne i bero for at få belyst støjproblemerne.

Kommunen har nu fået svar på en række spørgsmål til Miljøstyrelsen og Sundhedsstyrelsen, og de har ikke overbevist kommunen.

Derfor vil borgmester Jørn Pedersen lade tvivlen komme borgerne til gode.

– Vi kan ligeså godt anerkende, at vi ikke skal have vindmøller, der ligger så tæt på en by, siger borgmester Jørn Pedersen (V).

Den tidligere regering pålagde kommunerne at udpege egnede steder til at opstille store vindmøller på land, men talrige protester for borgergrupper har givet de lokale politikere vanskeligheder.

Hedensted Kommune var blandt de første kommuner, som meldte fra. Byrådet mener, at store vindmøller hører hjemme i havvindmølleparker.

Se mere i TV SYD Nyheder kl. 19.30.

Source:  10-06-13 · Af · Jan Svanevik · tvsyd.dk

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