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Delay in Acting on Wind Permits Not Unconstitutional

By John Kraft & Kirk Allen

On August 30, 2014

From “Municipal Minute“:

The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals recently dismissed a case challenging a local governmental body’s actions regarding an application for permits for a proposed wind farm.  CEnergy-Glenmore Wind Farm #1, LLC v. Town of Glenmore, (7th Cir. August 7, 2014).  
The plaintiff sought building permits from the town to build seven wind turbines.  The project was highly controversial, and angry citizens attend town board meetings to protest the proposed wind farm project.  After months of meetings, the town board did finally approve the building permit applications at a public meeting.  However, after citizens threatened the chair and board members, the board voted to…
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