Glacier Hills Wind Park hearing, Nov. 4

Glacier Hills Wind Park hearing, Nov. 4

The Public Service Commission will take public testimony on We Energies’ proposed Glacier Hills Wind Park:

Wednesday, November 4
3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Randolph Town Hall
109 S. Madison St. – Friesland

Those opposed to wind projects will likely make arguments like the one below from letter-to-the-editor of the Manitowoc Times Herald. The writere offered this outrageous explanation for why the Legislature passed and the govenor signed the bill on wind siting reform:

Blinded by a feel-good solution for a problem that never existed [global warming], legislators are being misled into a belief that something like wind turbines will not have a negative effect on those who are left to live around them . . .

To understand the problem you needed to be at the hearing in Mandison on May 12, held by the Senate and Assembly Energy Committee. . . .

It was obvious that the pro-wind lobby, paid with your tax money from RENEW Wisconsin, had the minds of legislators on their side long before the hearing.

Read more wild assertions from the letter.


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    Glacier Hills Wind Park hearing, Nov. 4

    Glacier Hills Wind Park hearing, Nov. 4

    The Public Service Commission will take public testimony on We Energies’ proposed Glacier Hills Wind Park:

    Wednesday, November 4
    3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
    Randolph Town Hall
    109 S. Madison St. – Friesland

    Those opposed to wind projects will likely make arguments like the one below from letter-to-the-editor of the Manitowoc Times Herald. The writere offered this outrageous explanation for why the Legislature passed and the govenor signed the bill on wind siting reform:

    Blinded by a feel-good solution for a problem that never existed [global warming], legislators are being misled into a belief that something like wind turbines will not have a negative effect on those who are left to live around them . . .

    To understand the problem you needed to be at the hearing in Mandison on May 12, held by the Senate and Assembly Energy Committee. . . .

    It was obvious that the pro-wind lobby, paid with your tax money from RENEW Wisconsin, had the minds of legislators on their side long before the hearing.

    Read more wild assertions from the letter.


    Visit the original post at: Energy News