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County Board Unanimously Imposes Moratorium On Wind-Energy Permits

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Pen Daubach addresses the County Planning Commissioner during an April 2019 meeting. The Fair Wind Coalition, which Pen is a member, met with the commission to discuss the issues the group had with the county's current ordinance regarding wind farms.
Pen Daubach addresses the County Planning Commissioner during an April 2019 meeting. The Fair Wind Coalition, which Pen is a member, met with the commission to discuss the issues the group had with the county's current ordinance regarding wind farms.

by Joe Leicht Without debate and to the surprise of practically no one, the Monroe County Board at its Aug. 19 meeting unanimously approved an ordinance that imposes a moratorium on applications for wind-energy projects within the county. The board had on Aug. 5 announced its intent to hold a vote on a moratorium ordinance …

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