Support property guarantees, juwi
I’m writing in response to the article published regarding juwi Wind and its request to the Tipton Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) to drop the property value guarantee (PVG) requirement the BZA set forth in March.
In the article, juwi CEO Michael Rucker says the PVG is an unnecessary requirement and could set a precedent in trying to recruit new business in Tipton County.
Now, anyone following this ongoing battle with the wind companies has heard the influx of money into the county will, depending on where we are in the fight, save the schools, save the family farm, save the roads. Now juwi is worried about future economic development in our county.
Mr. Rucker, if you have that much care and concern for the future of Tipton County and by extension its residents, then providing a valid PVG should be of the utmost importance for you. However, I contend this newest request is more of the same disrespect you showed the BZA after it ruled against your request to modify the setback conditions.
Juwi is not wanted here, except by the few who will get to line their pockets, while the rest of us lose property value.
Taxpayers will pay for wind turbines
Let your voice be heard before it is too late to stop the industrial wind farms from coming to your area.
Ask yourself, do you want more than 800 industrial wind turbines close to your home or property? I have not seen any farm leaseholders with wind turbines close to their homes. It is asinine to think that these monstrous turbines belong around any populated areas.
The people in Windfall are living in turmoil because of the many wind turbine problems. The wind farm companies have not kept their promises to correct these major issues. They have been dilatory in all matters.