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What will you do, commissioner? 

Credit:  Kokomo Tribune | January 24, 2014 | www.kokomotribune.com ~~

Mr. Heron, I would like to pose these questions to you:

Has the current wind company that we have allowed to operate in Tipton County wowed you with how it has conducted itself and its responses to complaints?

Thus far have wind turbines improved our county?

Are our roads any better than they were before they were traveled on by heavy construction vehicles and then in need of repair?

Do you believe the standard of living and the quality of life has improved for those in Wildcat Wind Farm?

Are the negative impacts occurring in the Wildcat footprint destined to be repeated for the larger group of citizens who reside in the Prairie Breeze Wind Farm footprint?

Has the county’s involvement with juwi Wind thus far given you an inkling of the county’s relationship with the company moving forward?

When you remove from consideration those directly receiving lease money, how many of your constituents are asking you for more turbines?

Are your chances of re-election better with turbines?

You may ask, what can I do, the wheels are already in motion? That is exactly what we are asking. What will you do?

Andy Wyant


Source:  Kokomo Tribune | January 24, 2014 | www.kokomotribune.com

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