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We live in the country but seems the city is coming to us, and for sure we don’t want wind turbines anywhere close to us.
Why isn’t this out on a ballot for people in Hamilton County to vote on? It is ridiculous this was done, approved and land acquired without much community involvement. One or two decide this is great for us and go right ahead with this. Then people find out and try and fight it and, oh no, this is a done deal. Again ridiculous!!!
Against this for Hamilton County is my vote.
Aurora News-Register |
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