The Tipton County Board of Zoning Appeals did approve a conditional use permit for the project but added conditions including a 1,500 foot setback and a property value guarantee from the company.
The company has filed a request for modifications to the conditional use permit and a hearing before the BZA has not been set.
The modifications request would change the setback to 1,400 feet from a residence and 750 feet from the property line of non-participating property owners and 1,250 feet from the residence of participating property owners.
The company submitted a property valve guarantee plan that will cover residential property within three-quarters of a mile from a wind turbine and involve only the first sale after Prairie Breeze goes into operation.
Part of the submitted plan puts the property value at between 100 percent and 115 percent and juwi Wind can make an offer to purchase the property.
The total amount in the property value guarantee that juwi would be required to spend is $1 million.
The value will be based on an appraisal or the average of more than one appraisal and the guarantee only covers changes greater than 10 percent between the value and a sale price.