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Credit: Shar Porier |
BISBEE – After listening to those supporting the Arizona Audubon appeal to add a condition to the special use permit for the Red Horse 2 wind farm, Cochise County Board of Supervisors member Richard Searle suggested six new conditions, which fellow board members approved, leaving the Audubon appeal to be denied, but still accomplished.
During Tuesday’s meeting, speaking on behalf of Arizona Audubon, Tice Supplee, director of bird conservation, said that the purpose of the appeal was not to stop the 51-megawatt wind farm. Arizona Audubon supports alternative energy sources.
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