Wayland Wind Project Approved
- Feb 24, 2017 5:53 am GMT
Much of the town board meeting held
According to EverPower's website,the project will be located on primarily farmland and recreational land and could include up to 120 turbines when completed. The project's point of interconnection is expected to be in the existing
According to EverPower's website, the project will be subject to the
"You want to put up these wind mills 1,000 feet from people's homes and we don't think that is reasonable," he said. "People in
Kress wants a reasonable law to go in effect that would consider where the wind turbines are located.
"It is not considered unreasonable," she said. "We have no objections for wind mills coming in. We need to control what they do with them, and the laws for the future."
Mykel and Ott said that the wind turbines do not make much noise, and they have both gone to see them in
"There are few homes down there (
Kress added he is not against wind mills, but is just concerned about the noise they cause at night.
This project is scheduled to start in 2019.
A windmill law was passed at the
They will be placed on individual properties and the owners need to give permission.
Otto understands some people are against this and he can't make a law that pleases everyone.
The next town board meeting is
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