ASHFORD – Despite rejection Monday from the Planning and Zoning Commission, the alternate energy company with hopes of locating a wind farm here says it would consider reapplying for approval to put a test tower behind the Ashford Motel.
The PZC voted 7-1 to deny Snow Hill Wind’s application to erect a 197-foot, 8-inch test tower just north of Interstate 84 behind the motel.
Snow Hill Wind is a branch of Pioneer Green Energy and was represented at the meeting by Adam Cohen, a vice president at the renewable energy company and one of its founders.
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