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A wind turbine which has been a landmark in southern Leelanau County since the last century is expected to disappear this spring with more solar panels to be installed on the site along M-72 near Bugai Road. When it was built in 1996, the wind turbine was one of the largest in the nation and its owner at the time, Traverse City Light & Power (TCLP), was the first electric utility in Michigan…
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