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Judge blocks development of controversial wind farm  

Credit:  written by KAKE News | September 23, 2017 | www.kten.com ~~

A Sumner County judge has blocked the development of a controversial wind farm northwest of Wellington.

An attorney for a group of landowners says he learned of the ruling late Thursday. He explains the District Court judge ruled the paperwork for the wind farm was improperly copied from a similar proposal developed last year.

A lawsuit to stop the Argyle Creek Wind Project was filed against Sumner County in January. The ruling prevents the county from making an initial payment to Invenergy for building the wind turbines.

You can find KAKE’s previous story here.

Source:  written by KAKE News | September 23, 2017 | www.kten.com

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