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Pretty Prairie Wind v. Reno County; Decision

August 26, 2022
KansasLegalZoning/Planning

In this important ruling, the Kansas Supreme Court upheld the decision of a Reno County judge that found that protest petitions filed by landowners against NexEra Energy’s proposed Pretty Prairie wind energy facility were legally sufficient despite not being notarized. The protest petition filed with the county required the support of a super majority of the county commissioners in order to overrule the Reno County Planning Commission's denial of the project. While the county commissioners voted 2-1 to override the planning commission, a unanimous vote was needed. The full decision can be accessed at the document links on this page.


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2022 123277 Appeal Kansas Pretty Prairie Wind V Reno County

September 6, 2022


Source:https://law.justia.com/cases/…

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