Researcher and scientist believes the turbines are obsolete and old-fashioned and use energy.
Companies ready to invest billions in Ohio if state lawmakers can rewrite zoning rules that shut down new wind farm development.
“When all the phases are up and running,” commissioners expect the project to bring in about $4.5 million annually to the community.
“I think it would be like watching the view from the end of the runway at Cleveland Hopkins Airport.”
Seventeen people speak during a public hearing Thursday morning in the Huron County administration building.
Possible 'win-win situation' turned out to be less so.
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GNU requests rehearing to provide more time to consider issues of wind turbines.
State Supreme Court refused to hear landowners' appeal