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Tipton needs to study effects of wind farms  

Credit:  Kokomo Tribune | August 7, 2013 | kokomotribune.com ~~

The people need to know that even after months of testimony and huge numbers of citizens telling our leaders that Tipton County is not the place for wind farms, it is very apparent there are those who will force their personal agendas upon county residents, regardless of what the people of Tipton want!

It’s the old I-gotta-take-care-of-so-and-so; I promised.

The city of Tipton is trying to do the right thing for its people by listening. Wouldn’t it be nice if the county would too?

Counties all around us are turning these wind companies down, or doing studies for health and safety and property value. This county is prepared to put language in the comprehensive plan that allows more wind companies to come, without any studies to protect you.

When do the citizens become the power in this county? It is truly time to make the few understand the masses need someone to look after their wishes. Our comprehensive plan should not allow any further exploitation of our people.

Until such time as studies prove the people will not suffer any disturbances to their health, safety or property, they should not be permitted.

Mike Baden

Sharpsville

Source:  Kokomo Tribune | August 7, 2013 | kokomotribune.com

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