Eligible voters to decide county Props 1 & 2
The Huron County Board of Commissioners approved the two amendments in July, but they now are up for a vote of residents in the county's zoning jurisdiction because a petition was filed to get the amendments on Tuesday's ballot.
The two proposals, if approved by the majority of eligible voters, would not automatically approve wind developments.
November 3, 2010
by Kate Hessling
in Huron Daily Tribune
HURON COUNTY - Voters residing outside of cities and villages in 14 county-zoned townships today will vote on county Proposals 1 and 2, which ask voters to confirm the creation of two new wind districts.
Proposal 1 asks voters in the county's zoning jurisdiction to confirm an ordinance amendment county officials previously approved to create a wind overlay district in portions of Bloomfield, Rubicon and Sigel Townships, generally bounded by Kinde Road on the north, Iseler Road on the west, Port Hope Road on the east and M-142 (Sand Beach Road) on the south.
Proposal 2 asks voters in the county's zoning... [continue via Web link]