Ohio meeting puts the heat on BigWind. Note the highlighted points by Tom Stacy, below... For the approximately 75 people that braved the stormy weather, Monday night at the Friendly Senior Center was an opportunity to hear the Logan-Hardin Neighbor’s United’s strong case against using wind turbines as a supplemental energy source. The organization was … Continue reading Logan-Hardin Neighbors United turn up the heat on BigWind
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Please share with your neighbors and family members. The $ offered to farmers is very enticing…. The Informed Farmers Coalition IFC was formed five years ago to study the impacts of wind turbines on our agricultural and residential community. The group consists of past or present union iron workers, school teachers, township officials, lawyers, a … Continue reading Farmers’ coalition warning us about BigWind !!!
Congratulations to our neighbors to the West! On June 10th, we blogged about their situation. Residents in Howard County were begging the neighboring town to incorporate their area, in order to avoid BigWind development. Property devaluations and noise disturbances have occurred in the operational wind site. People are beginning to wake up…. After months of … Continue reading Victory against BigWind in Kokomo, Indiana
How refreshing to know that some Ohioans have common sense!! Congratulations for doing your homework and making an INformed decision!! Two years after village residents voted 64 to 36 to zone for turbines, based upon approval by council, the village of Kalida said no to wind turbines. In a five-to-one vote during Monday’s regular meeting, … Continue reading Kalida, Ohio says NO to BigWind!
Logan County Commissioners will be asked to grant something to wind energy developer EverPower that residents can only dream of: a property tax reduction of 80 percent. This would come in the form of a payment in lieu of taxes or PILOT. Recently, the Logan County Commissioners stated: “Even if we do receive an application … Continue reading Will BigWind in Ohio be granted an 80% TAX REDUCTION??