ST. PAUL — From Burk Peterson’s back door in Anderson County, he can see the turbines stretched across his sight line from horizon to horizon in Coffey County 26 miles away.
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I thank God for the financial support that we have had. We have not had to have fund raisers because of the huge blessings of support, what encouragement that is! Continue reading Let your trustees know big wind needs to pay up or move out!
As a mechanical engineer with 15 years experience in wind energy, I oppose installation of industrial wind power in Western New York, specifically the Farmersville proposed Invenergy wind farm.
Every one of America’s 57,636 wind turbines, mapped.California’s Kern County, home to the city of Bakersfield, bills itself as the “Wind Capital of the West.” But a Washington Post analysis of a massive new U.S. Geological Survey database of over 57,000 commercial wind turbines suggests that the county is being overly modest: It is,
Source: Wind Turbines in America, Mapped
***Action ALERT – Seneca East K-12 School Situation
After seeing the information on the proximity of a large number of 650 foot turbines to Seneca East school, and the new World Health Organization concerns about the sound levels that sPower says will be experienced at the school, several people have contacted us about what could be done. We have checked into the issue and learned that the school can intervene at the Ohio Power Siting Board against the project as currently proposed in an effort to get Continue reading SAWU News-Action Alert Seneca East Schools****Mike Kerschner re-elected In Seneca County, Ohio!**** and more……
Throughout history there’s been a pretty neat correlation between fighting and winning. And, so it is, that the communities that go all out in head-to-head battles with wind power outfits – …
At this point, it’s safe to say lots of Seneca County residents oppose potential incoming wind turbines. On Wednesday night, for a little over an hour, county commissioners listened to concerned citizens’ thoughts and opinions on the Seneca Wind Project. The meeting was organized by Commissioner Shayne Thomas. “Nothing is pre-scripted, so we’re coming in with open minds and open hearts, and hoping to understand what the townships’ position is and move on from there,” said Thomas.
Ohio voters have spoken and LOUDLY against BigWind…and their OUT of STATE $. In ALL cases above, BigWind FELL. Thank you to all who cared to vote for individual property rights. Continue to s…
Source: BigWind’s Big$ FAILS in Ohio
The folly of industrial wind is nowhere more evident than in New York State, which for decades has gotten half of its electricity from clean nuclear plants and hydroelectric (dams). Thus, the $176 billion in wind subsidies (for which the wind companies spend $20 million a year on lobbying) is in reality a means to support the Ponzi scheme that enriches Big Wind, Big Banks, and Big Politicians. It is time to turn off the fan.
For anyone desiring to express their concerns to the new owners of the wind company, you will have that opportunity on Nov. 6th at 1:00.
We will meet at the 4143 Crossroads Building Rt. 13. Greenwich.
Concerned Seneca County Resident
It is extremely important that you attend a Public Meeting on Wednesday, November 7th at 5:30 PM to be held at the Scipio Township Maintenance Building in Republic (the old Republic school gym) on State Rte. 19. Commissioner Shayne Thomas organized this meeting and he has lined up Charlene Watkins of Seneca Regional Planning Commission to serve as the meetings mediator. The intended purpose of the meeting is for Shayne to discuss the Seneca Wind project with the Township Trustees that are in the projects footprint (incl. Eden, Bloom, Scipio, Reed, and Venice).
On the surface, Shayne’s goals are to reach a compromise with the Continue reading Concerned Seneca County Resident / Public Meeting on Wednesday, November 7th
A Wisconsin town of fewer than 1,200 stands on the verge of sending shock waves through the wind energy industry.
“Despite his folky style and positioning to the contrary, [Kevin] Martis is a highly polished, fossil fuel operative with aggressive tactics. The taxpayers of Seneca County and all of Ohio deserve a more honest broker than Kevon Martis.” – Scott Peterson, Checks and Balances Project, October 25, 2018. “When is an environmentalist not an environmentalist? …
As a new study confirms, turbines would have to be stacked across state-sized swaths of the American landscape.
Source: Why Wind Power Isn’t the Answer