Lyme prepares to pass new restrictions on wind turbines; public hearing, council vote set for Aug. 11
Grounded on a recent survey that found that a majority of Lyme residents were against wind energy development, the proposed law requires a half-mile turbine setback from roads, town boundaries and from non-participating property lines.
July 28, 2012
by Jaegun Lee
in Watertown Daily Times
CHAUMONT - The town of Lyme soon will make public its draft wind zoning law introducing tougher restrictions on turbines.
A public hearing and a special Town Council meeting to vote on the proposed law have been scheduled for 9 a.m. Aug. 11 at the Three Mile Bay Fire Hall, 8581 Route 12E. The special meeting will be held immediately after the hearing is closed.
Lyme Supervisor Scott G. Aubertine said the draft document will be posted on the town's website and a copy will be made available at the municipal offices, Route 12E, early next week.
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