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Thursday, July 24, 2008

Wind Turbines Get Go Ahead In Lycoming County

Wind gets two thumbs-up

Challenges denied by county Zoning Hearing Board
Sun Gazette

Finally."

That was the lone word uttered by Hughesville resident Robert Myers following a Lycoming County Zoning Hearing Board hearing Wednesday in the commissioners board room at the Executive Plaza.

During the hearing, the board denied two challenges to a county zoning amendment allowing wind energy development in resource protection zoning districts.

For the last six years, Myers has been on a roller coaster ride in his attempt to see wind development on property he owns on Laurel Hill Ridge in Jackson Township.

Vermont-based Laurel Hill Wind Energy LLC proposed building more than 30 electricity-generating wind turbines on a seven-mile section of the ridge, including Myers' property, but the project met with stiff opposition from a small but vocal group of local residents. More....

Anonymous said...

Great. Now the Potter County "leaders" just needs to wake up and allow wind mills also. Clean, renewable, safe electric. Where is the problem?

Anonymous said...

No conventional electrical power producing plant has ever been turned off because of wind turbines!!It is poor, undependable power that requires 100% back up from conventional means. The more turbines installed on our beautiful hills the more conventional power plants need to be built to back them up.

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Anonymous said...

Great. Now the Potter County "leaders" just needs to wake up and allow wind mills also. Clean, renewable, safe electric. Where is the problem?

Anonymous said...

No conventionial electrical power producing plant has ever been turned off because of wind turbines!!It is poor, undependable power that requires 100% back up from conventional means. The more turbines installed on our beautiful hills the more conventional power plants need to be built to back them up.