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Turbine locations reported by RES to FAA  

Credit:  March 21, 2018, myusagovernment.org ~~

This map shows the RES submissions to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for the Logansport region including Cass, Fulton and Miami Counties.

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RES filed for turbines in Fulton County even though wind turbines are a prohibited use in Fulton County. This is a map of RES’s proposed wind turbine locations filed with the FAA. It appears that RES has filed for some turbines on ground they don’t have leased. If you see turbines on your ground that you didn’t sign up for, please call Brad Lila, RES Development Director, at 612-590-2586 and request he remove the turbines off your ground. Why would RES report to the FAA turbine locations on unleased ground? Hmmm…

Search for FAA obstruction evaluation submissions in your state: Go to https://oeaaa.faa.gov/oeaaa/external/searchAction.jsp?action=showSearchProposedCasesForm, select “Off Airport Cases” and your state, and click “Search”. In the results, wind turbines are obvious by their high “Structure Height” (e.g., 660′, 498′, 685′ in Indiana) and large number of entries (122, 35, and 436, respectively, for the three different heights).

Source:  March 21, 2018, myusagovernment.org

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