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Petition: Revoke wind permit

A Chowan County couple opposed to Apex Clean Energy’s proposed Timbermill wind turbine project in the county have filed a petition in Superior Court asking that the firm’s conditional use permit for the project be revoked.
25 Dec 2016

Apex appeals Perquimans' decision to deny permit

“We are disappointed that Apex cannot accept the decision of our county commissioners on behalf of the residents of Perquimans County,” Winslow said. “In an abundance of caution and in order to preserve additional and alternative grounds for denying the permit, we will be filing a cross petition later today.”
22 Dec 2016

Order denying permit for APEX Timbermill Wind proposal

Timbermill_order_thumb In a 3-2 vote, the Perquimans County Board denied an application by Apex Clean Energy to erect the Timbermill wind energy facility. Timbermill, if approved, would have sited 57 turbines, each standing 599-feet tall. The order detailing the decision can be accessed by selecting the document icon on this page. The Conclusion of the order provided below.
22 Nov 2016

Owens v. NC Department of Environmental Quality (Iberdrola Renewables)

Owenspetitionfiled-c_thumb In September, 2015 the Civitas Institute Center for Law and Freedom (CLF) filed suit against the NC Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) on behalf of a Perquimans County couple. At issue is whether DEQ broke the law when it informed Iberdrola Renewables that its Amazon Wind Farm East would not be subjected to state regulatory standards. Soon after the filing, the Attorney General filed a motion to dismiss and supporting memoranda, to which CLF responded on November 19.
14 Dec 2015

NC coastal residents sue to block Amazon wind farm

Jillanne Gigi Badawi and her husband Stephen Owens, residents of Perquimans County, are asking the N.C. Office of Administrative Hearings to force state regulators to subject the Amazon wind project to a new regulatory review. ...The couple lives less than a mile from the site of the nearest turbine and is worried about property values, esthetics, noise and potential risk to bats and birds.
2 Oct 2015

https://www.windaction.org/posts?location=North+Carolina&p=2&topic=Legal
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