Rush County Wind Awareness LLC



As you may or may not know, Rush County is considering a proposal to construct approximately (65) 500’ to 610’ tall wind turbines throughout the northeastern quadrant of the county. Research and learn what impacts a wind turbine located near you might have on your home and your family – a wind turbine has far reaching effects that do not stay confined to the property boundaries on which it is located. Once something like this is done, there is no going back.

And most importantly, every one of the county leaders needs to hear from you! For contact information, please select the following links: Rush County Commissioners, Rush County Council, Calendar Of 2015 Meetings

Please submit any information to be considered for posting on the site to or message the Admin in member listing.

(In order to take full advantage of this page, please register on My World My Town. Once you log back in, select Organizations at the top and click on Rush County Wind Awareness. Select “Become a Member” from the left side to follow the Rush Co. Wind Awareness page.)

Rush County Indiana's MWMT Page


If you haven’t visited Rush County Indiana’s My World My Town Page, you can go here to check it out. And if you are already registered on the MWMT platform you can “Become a Member” of that page and have it show up…

Yard Signs Still Available


If you or someone you know is still in need of yard signs go to email above and let us know. This issue with Apex is not over yet so …

Apex Not Giving Up Despite Commissioners Vote


Apex Energy is not giving up it’s goal on bring wind power to Rush County despite the recent Rush County commissioner’s vote based on the majority their constituents . You can read the full article here

Indiana US Sen. Dan Coats calls Federal Wind Tax Credit a Double Financial Hit


Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.), the Chairman of the Joint Economic Committee, delivered his weekly Waste of the Week *speech and h…

Apex Now Polling Via Phone

Just a heads up – Apex has began a polling campaign by telephone. When calls are answered, the pollsters elaborate on the benefits of the Flat Rock project and will offer to connect you to the commissioners if you are in favor of the project. If you are n…

Calls to Auditor Update

We would like to encourage everyone to contact the commissioner’s directly rather than place calls to the Auditor’s office.

Please email the commissioners and let them know that you are opposed to wind farm development and that your correspondence is _…

County votes against wind turbines


Please click here to view article in the Rushville Republican detailing the 9-8-15 Rush County Commissioners meeting.

Rush County Commissioners Vote Down Flat Rock Wind Project


At the Rush County Commissioner meeting on 9/8/15, all three commissioners voted to accept a motion to cease and desist all negotiations with Apex Clean Energy regarding Flat Rock Wind and to reject the project.


Rush County Commissioners Tues Meeting


Rush County Commissioners do to the Labor Day holiday, will meet Tues Sept 8th at 9 a.m. in the Commissioners Room 102 located on the first floor of the Rush County Courtho…

Judicial Review Update

The judicial review request that Apex filed has been appointed to a special judge – Decatur Superior Court Judge Matthew Bailey.

On Thursday, August 27, there was to be a preliminary conference. This type of pretrial conference is normally done to rece…

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