Letters to the Editor
In the 27 years I have lived in Wells County no single issue has been as divisive as the proposed wind farms.
Mike Row is correct in that Wells County should require a wind farm developer to submit its financial statements prior to negotiations on road use and decommissioning agreements.
We would like to invite the public to join Norwell High School juniors and seniors on Friday, May 10, at 8:30 a.m. to hear a presentation by Dr. Mark Drabenstott.
In his May 2 letter to the editor, Mike Row asks a very important question – If Wells County signs an agreement with Apex Wind Energy, will the citizens of Wells County be protected from financial risk? Simply...
I am one of the unfortunate home owners whose property has dropped in value by the announcement of 12 turbines and a CAFO being built across the road from my property.
I must respectfully disagree with one point made in the editorial entitled, ‘Questions of Conflict and Financial Statements,’ published on April 30.
The current controversy in Wells County about the wisdom of building a new wind farm there, or anywhere else for than matter, can easily be settled by asking one simple question: how many would be built were it not for...
Commissioner Scott Mossburg’s concerning involvement with the Apex Wind Energy project must not distract Wells County taxpayers from the single most important question about this project: Does Apex Wind Energy...
This letter is in regard to the accusations by Philip Stoller in the article printed Saturday, April 27 about wind turbines.
have reviewed the wind energy statement Phil Stoller has circulated to Jim VanWinkle, Council members and the general population.
I read the article in the Banner, Thursday, where Mike Row, our former economic development director, and county council member, Phillip Stoller asked if Apex had provided their financial statement to county officials.
Our citizens stand on the edge of one of the biggest changes to ever come to Wells County. If the Apex wind turbine project goes through the scarring of the country-side and the division of the people of Wells County...
I feel the events and decisions surrounding the wind turbines just cannot be justified with silence.
Kudos to my News-Banner carrier, Tim Sills.
Last Thursday, March 28, 2013, a letter to the editor from Mr. Rob Propes addressed his support for the projected Wells County Wind Farm.
The public is tremendously confused about the issues regarding Apex wind project. We have not been educated about the facts.
Response to the letter to the editor from Apex employee, Rob Probes:
In response to Jim Richardson’s letter to the editor,
I support the Wind Farm Proposal for the following reasons:
When we first heard of windmills being located in our area, I thought that was a great idea.