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Deuel County residents fill Clear Lake Community Room for another wind power ordinance hearing

The meeting, which closed in on three hours, ended with the commissioners narrowly voting to approve the property value guarantee, a 1,500 foot setback for participating landowners and six times the distance of the tower length or 3,000 feet setbacks from non-participating landowners. The ordinance will still get two readings before the Deuel County Commissioners April 18 and April 25. 
29 Mar 2017

Lincoln County commissioners delay wind farm decision

Lincoln County residents worried about the impact of a planned wind energy project will have to wait until February at the soonest for a final resolution on the project. County commissioners decided Tuesday to punt until 2017 on a set of proposed restrictions on wind turbines in the fast-growing county that includes the southern edge of Sioux Falls.
28 Dec 2016

Letcher Township establishes one-mile wind tower setback

The township adopted an ordinance to establish a 1-mile setback for any turbine larger than 75 feet tall. Under the approved ordinance, no large wind energy system could be built within 5,280 feet of the nearest residence of a non-participating homeowner, or within 1,500 feet of the nearest neighbor's property line. ..."We're not against wind energy; I think wind energy is great," Amick said before the meeting. "But an overwhelming majority of the township residents have voiced their opinion on this, with signing the petition."
10 Jun 2016

Wind farm denied in Davison County

The proposed wind farm would have occupied a 3-mile by 1-mile stretch of Brad and Peggy Greenway's land in Beulah Township, which continued to garner heavy dissatisfaction from neighbors concerned with the project's impact on quality of life and property value. After the project was denied, Juhl Energy's Vice President of Project Development Corey Juhl expressed his confusion and disappointment in the outcome.
9 Feb 2016

A proposal twisting in the wind

Gene Stehly wants answers. ...Stehly, and 15 to 20 neighbors he's spoken with about the wind turbines, are hoping the five-person commission takes some time to consider the project's potential impact on neighbors to the Greenways' property. "It's a fairly serious issue in terms of the way it might negatively affect a very large number of people. And this seems to be moving along pretty fast, considering it's kind of the first project in Davison County of this nature."
13 Dec 2015

http://www.windaction.org/posts?location=South+Dakota&p=2&topic=Zoning%2FPlanning
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