Commission attorney responds to Indeck's legal position
"Unless Indeck intends to commence construction before the moratorium expires and the county rejects your request for a suspension of the moratorium, the moratorium will have no effect on Indeck," said Hughes. "Thus, threats of litigation over any loss caused by the moratorium are premature and they are ill-founded."
November 23, 2011
by J.W. Keene
in The Pratt Tribune
Pratt, Kan. - Pratt County's recently hired attorney, Patrick Hughes, Adam Jones Law Firm P.A., Wichita, has answered the threat of a potential lawsuit from Indeck, the developer of a proposed wind farm in the area of the Pratt Municipal Airport.
Hughes wrote that the threats of legal claims are unconvincing, he said, "Indeck came to Pratt County, through its attorney (Gordon Stull), who was also serving as Pratt County counselor, and asked the Board of Pratt County Commissioners (Board) to promise to approve Indeck's potential wind turbine project under any regulations the county might adopt... [continue via Web link]