What are we thanking the wind company for? Messed up airwaves, jet engine noise 24/7. Cut communications. Missing sleep, joy and peace. Lives filled with stress.
The Indiana Regulatory Commission helped me and fixed our issues, except for the antenna. But this also makes a complaint filed in writing. You’re paying for service you’re not getting.
Farmers say they’re wanting to lease to wind companies to increase income and save the family farm for the next generations. Don’t you get taxpayer subsidies?
Others want increased income and invested in their homes to leave something for their children, too.
Yes, your land would increase in value because of the added turbines, and your pockets would be a little fuller. Meanwhile, the average homes nearby decrease in value. So our children should take the loss?
Is it true that landowners leased their land to the wind company and have leased that same land to other farmers to farm? Taxpayer-paid wind farm subsidies: Isn’t that double-dipping, or is it a trivial issue?
Is it true our leaders have removed a section of an ordinance that required the landowners to remove turbines in the event the wind company failed to remove them?
Again, the burden is placed on the taxpayers!
If any more industrial wind farms are built in Tipton County, it will be intentional to infringe on others’ rights after knowing the pain it induced on the community of phase one of the Wildcat Wind Farm. You have the facts in writing. They are not based on fear.