Library from Vermont

Wind Turbines Equal Impoverished Legacy

"I realize that our ridge tops are not a legally constituted commons in whose future we all have an interest. But wouldn't it be a benefit to the community if they were? After all, they represent a natural legacy left to us by our predecessors in this area, whether by intention or default."
3 Oct 2003

In re Petition of Tom Halnon: The Quechee Test

In_re_halnon_(aesthetics)_1__thumb Under Vermont's two-part Quechee test, a determination must first be made as to whether a proposed project will have an adverse impact on aesthetics and the scenic and natural beauty of an area because it would not be in harmony with its surroundings. If the answer is in the affirmative, the inquiry then advances to the second prong to determine if the adverse impact would be undue.
20 Aug 2002

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