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Monthly Archives: December 2010
When the town adopted new regulations concerning Windmills this September (which included the grossly inadequate setback that ignores public safety, health, and well-being) it also changed the Land Use Table for the town. Building mounted, Small, Medium, and Large Wind … Continue reading
URGENT – All letters related to Wind Turbine must be in Jon Reiner’s hands by Noon Thursday December 30
In order that a packet of information be produced and distributed to all Planning Commission members in time for the January 4th, 7 PM meeting of the Planning Commission (NKHS Auditorium), all letters and other information concerning the Stamp Farm … Continue reading
Since it seems abundantly clear that the legislation recommended by the Planning Commission and enacted by the Town Council did not receive the proper due diligence, and as a consequence fails to protect the public safety, health, and interests adequately, … Continue reading
May the blessings of good health, dear family, and great friends grace you during the holidays and into the new year. The board members of Mountain Laurel Estates wish you all the best!
Isn’t it ironic that the Town Council has adopted an ordinance that will allow a Vestas V100 windmill to be installed 250 feet away from roads and homes on the Stamp Farm when the company that manufactures the turbine, Vestas, … Continue reading
Please click the “Windmill” tab at the top of this page to see information on the NK Wind Ordinance and how a 250 foot setback does NOT protect the public safety or health in terms of blade breakage, icing, noise, … Continue reading
The Planning Commission hearing on the Stamp wind turbine application will be heard on January 4, 2011 at 7pm at the North Kingstown High School auditorium.
Stamp Farm Windmill allowed by North Kingstown Wind Ordinance with defective setback requirements jeopardize the health, safety and property value of hundreds of homes off of South County Trail. Continue reading