Wind proposal dividing communities; 100 wind turbines proposed for Brown County
MORRISON - Imagine dozens of wind turbines, standing 400 feet tall, stretching across the farm fields of southern Brown County.
They'd be spinning, day and night, for at least the next 30 years.
Some believe it's a picture of progress.
"Of course it is. Wind has been used since the beginning of time," said Glen Martin, a landowner in the town of Morrison.
Others see it as a major misstep.
"What do you do when the wind don't blow?" said Dick Koltz, a landowner in Wrightstown.
Nine commercial wind farms are already up and running in Wisconsin, but on the table is a proposal for the... [continue via Web link]