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Thursday, December 1, 2016

Wind Farm DEP Permits Progressing In Potter County


9 comments :

Anonymous said...

Massive ugly noisy towers built with you taxpayers footing the bill. Townships get "incentives" from the wind company and the supervisors jump right into the game. Total dysfunction of local government.

Anonymous said...

This will be a sad event. Out of state corporations destroying our property values and beautiful mountains for what, a few temporary jobs and no reduced local electric bills. The bills may even go up because of the high cost of wind power electricity. A sad, sad day for sure.

Anonymous said...

I for one do not want an ugly windmill blocking my view of the majestic fracking rigs.

Anonymous said...

Wind Farms Suck.

Anonymous said...

#DontBreakTheWind

Anonymous said...

All bills will go up because of the high cost of wind power electricity? They're going to force YOU to take power from these wind turbines? You need to stop getting your newsfeed from Faceplace or similar. If you so desire, you CAN pay for power generated exclusively by renewables and yes, you would pay more for that power. But that is if you want a "feel good" sense of making a difference. Like driving 15 miles, as many in McKean County have to do to recycle, but they want to recycle and believe in it. Just as some people will pay more for renewable green energy. Poster 6:33, so you aren't in the class of taxpayers when you address people as "you taxpayers"? How do you manage that? Lose 3/4 of a billion $ like a supposed smart businessman bragged about doing? Not sure if you realize it or not, but the township supervisors don't receive any more or any less than all taxpayers! The township as a whole benefits from incentives. ALL taxpayers. Not sure what those incentives are, but if it is a royalty? Reduced power costs? Annual payment? Whatever it is, it benefits ALL township residents, not just the supervisors. I think the dysfunction is closer to you than you think. I'll help you out on that, go in to your bathroom, turn on the lights, ( coal fired only please) walk to the vanity mirror and look deeply, very deeply. See it? See the dysfunction? I thought you might. Try Google, Wikipedia, or similar and research wind power, benefits and drawbacks, then come back and comment. Look at the carbon emissions of a coal fired electrical generation plant? gas fired? I'll help you out here, nukes are definitely ZERO, now look at wind and solar. What did you find? Hmmm...BTW, I am not a as you all say it, a "Killary" supporter, nor a left leaning tree hugger. I have my properties cut on a regular basis, I don't drive an electric car, I burn wood, I believe in nuclear power AND gas fired power plants AND hydroelectric AND coal fired power plants, until they all can be feasibly replaced. BUT, until we have the magic elixir to do that, we need to learn how to harvest the wind, sun, tidal flow, river flow and others. Ultimately it may end up being hydrogen, but right now we can't do that cheaply enough to be of practical use. Try something new and learn BEFORE you spout off about govt. dysfunction and high electric costs and whatever else your backwoods news feeds say.

Potter County's Finest said...

Wind farms suck the clouds from out west and suck the cold from Canada and the clouds will block sunlight and the cold will make it snow in July.

Berks County Bastard said...

Urban dictionary #breakwind

Anonymous said...

Stop complaining. You have no right to a majestic view. If it is not your property that you pay taxes on, then you have no say in what they do on it. Would you like me to come to your property and tell you that you cannot build/dig/do something just because I think it will be ugly? Look at both sides before you complain.