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County to hold meeting Feb. 12 in Boulevard on new substation and powerlines for proposed Campo Wind project  

Credit:  By Miriam Raftery | East County Magazine | February 16, 2019 | www.eastcountymagazine.org ~~

The County will be holding a scoping meeting February 28 at 6 p.m. at the Boulevard Fire Station regarding Terra Gen’s Boulder Brush Gen-tie power line and new substation facilities proposed on private land to support the Campo Wind project.

The wind turbines would cover most of the Campo reservation with 60 4-megawatt wind turbines, if approved. The new turbines are twice as powerful and about 100 to 200 feet taller than the existing 25 Kumeyaay Wind and 57 Tule Wind turbines in the area, according to Donna Tisdale, chair of the Boulevard Community Planning Group.  The public is encouraged to come voice your views as part of the official public input process at this meeting.

Public comments are due to the County by March 18

View map of the line route and Campo Wind layout: https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/pds/ceqa/MUP-19-002/

This project will also be on the March 7th Boulevard Planning Group’s agenda with public participation. The March 7th meeting starts at 7 p.m. in the modular behind the Boulevard Resource Center where the old Boulevard Fire Station was.

See documents at link above for details on how to submit your comments for the public record.

You can also contact Supervisor Dianne Jacob’s office to share your position on this project: 619-531-5522; dianne.jacob@sdconty.ca.gov

View comments submitted by the Boulevard Planning Group to learn more about issues and concerns raised on this project specifically. 

Prior wind projects in the vicinity have generated complaints from some residents over noise, infrasound, flashing lights, health concerns, fire dangers, loss of views and rural character, and harm to raptors and other wildlife.

Arguments for include a need to produce renewable energy to combat climate change and providing revenues for the Campo Indian tribe.

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Source:  By Miriam Raftery | East County Magazine | February 16, 2019 | www.eastcountymagazine.org

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