A Lucknow farmer is looking for answers, and compensation.
In a letter addressed to Jay Shukin of K-2 Wind, George Alton describes a threatening document received from the power company.
In the letter from K-2, it is suggested the spreading of manure on his farm constitutes a health hazard to construction workers, and an impediment to construction.
Alton goes on to describe the necessity for manure, and the work needed to ensure it is used efficiently.
The farmer goes on to cite several issues with the turbine construction, including ditch reconstruction, open pits, harvest delays, loss of farmable land, and trespassing.
Alton requests answers as to how K-2 Power plans to compensate him for his losses.
Bayshore Broadcasting News is awaiting a response from K-2 power.
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