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One size doesn’t fit all

Watertown Daily Times
Outside Looking In By Perry White
November 4,2016

This is a tale of two commercial wind projects (and by extension, a lot more than two).

A couple of weeks ago, we reported on the first commercial wind project proposed for Oswego County. Mad River Wind will occupy 20,000 or so acres on the southern verge of the Tug Hill Plateau, where winds are steady and people are scarce. Our reporting indicated that no serious opposition has emerged, and most of the people most affected by the proposal are raving about the plans. The portion of the project in the town of Worth has received a similar lack of opposition. Continue reading via this link to the Watertown Daily Times

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