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The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin voted 2-1 on Thursday, Feb. 14, to deny an application of Highland Wind Farm, LLC, for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to construct a 102.5 megawatt (MW) wind electric facility in the Towns of Forest and Cylon in St. Croix County.
Rural Wisconsin is a mix of woods and water, farmscapes and small towns - a landscape that is central to why so many choose to live here. Frac sand mining is changing the face of this landscape physically, economically, politically and permanently.
Emerging Energies of Wisconsin, LLC, developers of Highland Wind Farm
proposed for the Town of Forest, released a press statement on Friday, Oct. 5. The private company stated “…District Judge William M. Conley ruled that the claims against EEW by leaders of the Forest Voice (plaintiffs named)
Brenda Salseg, Town of Forest
, October 12, 2012
If Highland Wind Farm developers get their way, 41 turbines will be installed across that rural township landscape by the end of next year. A large number of local residents are up in arms over the idea. Still others are perfectly fine with the plans.
The EPA has reached a settlement with La Crosse-based Dairyland Power utility over coal-fired power plants that were polluting the air. Dairyland has agreed to invest about $156 million dollars in the settlement revealed online last week.
The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin has informed officials with the Highland Wind Farm project that its application for construction of a 41-turbine facility is officially complete and can move forward.
There’s a favorable political wind blowing in Wisconsin for future turbine projects designed to generate electricity. However, an active group of opponents to the proposed Highland Wind Farm project in the Town of Forest continues to contend that the turbines don’t belong in this rural township.
Secrets — with Emerging Energies everything is a secret. They say they want to work with the people of Forest and Cylon townships in St. Croix County to make the project a valuable part of the community. If this is true why wasn’t everyone in the community invited to the meetings that took place on Feb. 20th and Feb. 21st?
Phillip and Lorna Rogers, Forest Township, St. Croix County
, March 09, 2012
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