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Lincolnview Hall meeting on wind farms  

Credit:  By Allison Peters, Weekend Meteorologist/Video Journalist | WLIO | April 16, 2014 | www.hometownstations.com ~~

The use of wind farms in Ohio has been a growing debate and now it’s hitting home in northwest Ohio.

Iberdrola renewables has plans to develop new wind farms in van wet and lipstick. A town hall meeting was held at Lincoln high school to educate community members on the subject. The company held a presentation and bought along a panel of experts to field questions.

They also discussed long-term benefits environmentally and financially.

Patrons are still skeptical on the 6 year subsidized time frame and fear that the plan will cost them more than what is being projected. Iberdrola is currently operating a 152 wind turbine farm in blue creek northwest of van wet and southwest of Spalding county.

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Source:  By Allison Peters, Weekend Meteorologist/Video Journalist | WLIO | April 16, 2014 | www.hometownstations.com

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