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    Wind turbine permit rules moving forward

    September 19, 2022 - News Staff


      Ron Dietzel of Newton has spent about a year going to Harvey County Commission and Planning and Zoning Board meetings – concerned about the possibility of the construction of industrial wind turbines in the county. "In Newton Township, where I live, there are 91 rural homes Within Kansas, Harvey County has one of the highest rural populations. There are close to 100 rural residences in 15 townships," Dietzel said "… the high density rural population of Harvey County means there is no space for 60 to 80 turbines."

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