Stay vigilant: Proof that BigWind spreads like an algae bloom

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We are thankful that Allen County, Ohio, said NO to Apex Clean Energy and denied the use of the RR to build an energy transmission line. One argument was that industrial wind sites spread like an algae bloom.  In other words, the boundaries of the initial site expand over time, in multiple phases. What may ‘appear’ to be one site becomes multiple sites over a short period of time. If Apex is successful in building the LongPrairie Wind site in Southern Van Wert county, all neighboring counties are at risk….

As many may now know, the Towns of Yates and Somerset, The County Legislatures of Orleans, Niagara and Erie, The Western New York Delegation of State Legislators along with many other public and private organizations have opposed the proposed siting of the Lighthouse Wind Project in Somerset and Yates. Additionally, APEX has now proposed yet another industrial wind turbine project…
Interesting new information has come to light however. The original proposed site of APEX’s Lighthouse Wind Industrial Wind Turbine project has expanded from the original siting plan

To a significantly modified project…

This represents a significant southward expansion of the project.
In other news, I have heard that there are APEX signs now posted in the town of Ridgeway. As concerned citizens, we must ask:
Has APEX now also targeted Ridgeway for Industrial Wind Turbines?
Is APEX trying to “connect the dots” between their proposed Lighthouse Wind Industrial Wind Turbine Project in Somerset/Yates and the Heritage Wind Industrial Wind Turbine Project in Barre?
Are there additional APEX targets in the Orleans and Niagara counties?…

Source: Wind turbines: Questions that need answers

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