Articles filed under Property Values from North Dakota

N.D.'s largest wind farm: Concern raised for properties not enrolled in Courtenay Wind Farm project

The footprint of the project runs about 11 miles from north to south and six miles from east to west. But it is not the size of the footprint that concerns PSC members. "I've never seen a project with as many people inside the project that are not participants," Kalk said. The map of the project includes about 16 quarter sections of land not participating in the project.
13 Jul 2013

Wind turbines are ugly, noisy

There is a person near here who has had most everything done to his house to try to keep the noise out. The power company, from what I understand, is paying for trying to keep the noise out in his home. Nothing has worked. He still has the constant noise in his home. Unfortunately, the tower is on the neighbor's land. He is just going to have to put up with it. I had two couples come out looking at lots and both of them wanted front lots or lots at the top of the hill. When the women got here and looked around, they looked at the view to the north and to the south. No way, they said. We are not going to look at those towers the rest of our lives and both couples left. One of the couples bought 40 acres. The other couple would not buy around the wind charger area.
24 Jul 2007

http://www.windaction.org/posts?location=North+Dakota&p=4&topic=Property+Values&type=Article
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