Is Ohio Senator Cliff Hite being bribed by BigWind?

Ohio Senator Cliff Hite must be in bed with BigWind. Are they bribing him? There is no other logical explanation. . We have provided ample evidence, over many years, why BigWind setbacks should NOT be reduced in Ohio, yet, he plans TO INTRODUCE NEW LEGISLATION SIGNIFICANTLY SHORTENING THE OHIO SETBACKS, this fall.  It’s time for Cliff HIte to take a hike and get a new job! Below, is yet another, example of a setback significantly LARGER than Ohio’s….

A wind farm planned for northern Clark County must keep towers a minimum of 3,960 feet from residences, according to a Monday decision in Watertown by Third Circuit Court Judge

“We absolutely don’t want to kill wind energy,” Hass said. “We just didn’t look good enough when we put in the first set. Those towers are fine with the exception of being too close to a residence.

“Towers do make noise, and when the weather is right they make a lot of noise.”

A voicemail was left with Geronimo Energy late Monday afternoon but no return call was received before presstime today.

Jean Stevens, who calls herself a concerned citizen, was in favor of the decision. She and husband Shad Stevens have a farm within the 31,000-acre section of Clark County where the towers would be located.

“This just proves that local government works,” said Stevens. “It’s taken care of its people.”

Geronimo won’t be the only party disappointed by Means’ ruling. A Feb. 8 story in the Clark County Courier covered the commission meeting where citizens voiced their opposition or support of the project, which will bring financial gains to the county.

‘Several who spoke stated that this wind project has pitted friends against friends, neighbors against neighbors and family against family,’ the Courier reported….

Source: Judge approves Clark County Commission’s wind tower minimum setback | Local News | thepublicopinion.com

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