Skip to comments.Longview man with windmill takes city to task over charges
Posted on 05/10/2012 7:25:10 PM PDT by Baynative
LONGVIEW, Wash. Ken Spring of Longview says he does everything by the book.
He said all the buildings on his neatly tended property in Cowlitz County are permitted and he always tries to abide by the law.
But he also said he is willing to fight to keep a newly built, 30-foot tall windmill on his land.
You'll find this hard to believe, but I'll die for that, he said as the windmill spun around overhead. I am fed up.
(Excerpt) Read more at katu.com ...
No, the county council wasn’t anticipating people moving off the grid. The individlual windmills were mostly to run filter systems for ponds and things like that. No one was actually anticipating moving off the grid. The windmills that they wanted to build were not big enough for that. It was actually one of the county council members who wanted to erect a windmill on her own property to run the filter system on her pond that forced the vote.
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