The Ohio Power Siting Board will hear this wind site proposal on March 17th in Columbus, so Rushcreek needs to make a decision, sooner -rather than-later. Great to see people getting involved, educating themselves and others about this taxpayer scam!
Rushcreek Township Trustees asked for one week to gather more input before deciding whether or not they will pass a resolution stating their position on the proposed Scioto Ridge Wind Farm project.
A group of nearly 40 people, primarily opponents of EverPower Wind Holdings’ plan to erect up to 176 wind turbines in northern Logan and southern Hardin counties, turned out at the Monday evening trustees meeting to sway the board into issuing a resolution formally opposing the project….
To date, the village of Belle Center, Taylor Creek and McDonald townships in Hardin County and Richland Township in Logan County have issued resolutuions opposing the project.
“Knowing that we do not have a lot of authority, but realizing that if we, along with other townships, apply a little pressure, it could affect the outcome of this project,” Mr. Kennedy said….