Here is the to the actual tort claim as filed by Apex Energy against Rush County! To see related post regarding the tort claim go here.
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.
(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.)
Once again, we are very pleased to report that the Supreme Court denied the Petition to Transfer. This matter is now concluded. The original BZA conditions have been upheld and the trial court and Court of Appeals rulings affirmed.
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The Connersville News Examiner has a full write up on the recent court decision regarding Rush County. Click here *to v…0 comments
Rush County Wind Awareness is very pleased to report that the Indiana Court of Appeals’ 26-page Opinion fully affirmed the trial court’s decision (which affirmed the BZA’s underlying decision with respect to the imposition of the 2,300-foot setback)…0 comments
The Rush County Commissioners will conduct executive session pursuant to Indiana’s open meeting law, IC 5-14-1.5-6.1 (2) (B) for West Fork Wind litigation.
The meeting will take place in the Auditors Office of the Rush County Courthouse on Monday, Februa…0 comments
Fox News is reporting that on Wednesday December 14, 2016 President Obama signed into law a bill that allows Wind Turbines the right and protection to kill thousands of protected eagles and other birds. Tap here…0 comments
*The Rush County BZA ruled this evening that NextEra’s Wind Turbines would need to comply to a 2,640’ property line setback and a maximum turbine height of 200’ tall.
NextEra had wanted the setback at 1500’ and the turbines height of over 500’.
NextEra and their team of paid experts gave the usual story of how great and beneficial wind energy would be for the county. The benefits ranged from the county and participating landowners receiving monetary rewards to “green energy” and to property values…0 comments
The Rush County BZA will have a Special Exception meeting regarding the (twenty-two) 309 foot tall industrial wind turbine complex by NextEra Energy Resources.
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