The winds of change coming to G'wich Township?

Area residents given chance to testify about windpark project
Aaron Krause
May 26, 2014

Greenwich Township Trustee Walter Leber said he's not against the establishment of a Greenwich Windpark, covering about 4,650 acres of leased private land. He said if it's done correctly he thinks it would be a good project.

At the same time, Leber said he has a responsibility to the township residents -- specifically, to ensure the roads are kept in good condition so residents can come and go without hassle.

Leber, who also said he has some monetary concerns about the project, was one of two people out of 60 to 80 people who testified at a public hearing at South Central High School. The hearing's purpose was to allow citizens to provide testimony that will be added to the official case record.

Greenwich Windpark LLC has applied to construct a windpark that would cover about 4,650 acres of privately leased land. It would include 25 wind turbines with a total generating capacity of up to 60 megawatts of electricity. he project include a 34.5 kilovolt electric collection line system and a new 69 kilovolt interconnection switching substation to connect the project to the electric grid.

 

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Comments

theunknownmessanger

the only thing that can help this township is if it burnt to the ground and blew away in the wind

Mr Spock

Tear down that welfare park scumbag acres and put it there. That would help big time