copyright the Chronicle July 27, 2016
by Elizabeth Trail
At the Holland Select Board meeting on July 18, a recently formed group called Citizens for Responsible Energy in Holland (CREH) presented a petition signed by 52 citizens, asking the select board to do everything possible to oppose the proposed Dairy Air Wind project, and big wind turbines in general, in Holland.
The president of CREH, John Wagner, also gave the select board a letter that laid out the group’s position in more detail.
CREH is adding its voice to a lively debate that has been ongoing in Holland since May, when farmers Kim and Brian Champney announced that they are looking into putting up a 2.2-megawatt wind turbine on their farm. …To read the rest of this article, and all the Chronicle‘s stories, subscribe:
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