Details for the Proposed Industrial Turbine Locations From 2018 FAA Applications View on google map Case Number Links to FAA Information Latitude Longitude Site Elevation Structure Name Links to FAA Map 2018-WTE-6500-OE 46° 45' 51.07" N 88° 07' 45.86" W 1574 A13 2018-WTE-6486-OE 46° 45' 47.25" N 88° 05' 14.73" W 1640 T48 2018-WTE-6466-OE 46° 45' 46.93" … Continue reading FAA information for Proposed Turbines
The Sales Pitch: A Promise with no Guarantees RES drafts tax promise in L’Anse AUG 10, 2018| L’ANSE | JOSHUA VISSERS |The Mining Gazette More than 50 people filled the L'Anse Township Hall for Wednesday's township board meeting to deliberate the Summit Lake Wind Project proposal and the zoning that governs it. L’Anse Township tax assessor … Continue reading The Mining Gazette: RES drafts tax promise in L’Anse
About 50 people gathered to hear information about the proposed wind farm by RES. July 20, 2018 |The Mining Gazette | JOSHUA VISSERS - Staff Writer L’ANSE — Renewable Energy Systems (RES) hosted another informational meeting at L’Anse High School on its proposed wind farm project Wednesday night, displaying visual representations of what the wind farm … Continue reading Wind forum comments reveal community divide.
RES unveils new map showing they may have reduced the number of turbines (for now?) but are still looking to destroy the same footprint. Take a good look at where they plan to put the Wind Industrial Park. The amount of devastation and the beauty we stand to lose, is heartbreaking. *Note many of the "landmarks" … Continue reading RES releases map of Wind Industrial Park.
40 to 50 Industrial Turbines 500 feet tall are proposed to be sited along the ridges of the Huron Mountains in Upper Michigan. The Original FAA application in 2016 included 120 turbine sites, along with another 12 FAA Applications submitted in 2017. The ridgelines include Mount Arvon the highest point in the State of Michigan, … Continue reading 40 to 50 or 132? Industrial Turbines 500 Feet Tall are Proposed for The Huron Mountains