Credit: By Courtney DayT-G Staff Writer Published:September 24, 2014 |
GREENWICH – It may not be too late to stop development of the Greenwich Windpark, attorney Sam Randazzo told about 75 township residents and visitors at a Greenwich Neighbors United informational meeting Tuesday.Randazzo, who represents the group opposing the proposed Windlab wind farm, filed an application with the Ohio Power Siting Board Tuesday for a rehearing and memorandum in support of the owner of a property adjacent to the wind farm property.
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By Courtney DayT-G Staff Writer Published:September 24, 2014 |
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