Letters to the Editor: March 26, 2013
Is anyone really surprised that the Zoning Board of Appeals would vote in favor of juwi Wind? As a common practice of Tipton County officials, majority accounts for nothing.
Letter to the Editor: March 23, 2013
Our nation is divided into two political ideologies: conservative and socialist. Those states with politically dominant, large cities are predominately Democratic (blue states), and those states that are comprised of small towns and rural communities are predominately Republican (red states).
Letters to the Editor: March 22, 2013
This letter is in response to various articles recently read concerning the proposed House Bill 1381 — mainly directed to author Mike Karickhoff of Kokomo, and co-authors Terri Austin of Anderson, Ed Clere of New Albany and Kevin Mahan of Hartford City.
Letters to the editor - Thursday, March 21, 2013
Turbines should be put to public vote
Tipton County, do you have no shame?
What work is the county doing? The public can’t find out because minutes of the meetings aren’t ready for the public to read. Convenient! And a clear violation of the Indiana Open Door Law.
Letters to the editor - Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Turbines will ruin land for generations
The comments over the weekend from juwi Wind CEO Michael Rucker that the Prairie Breeze industrial wind turbine project will spur economic development and keep young families from moving out of Tipton County were ridiculous.
Letters to the editor - Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Precinct changes worrying to some
Your Wednesday lead story concerning precinct maps is worrying. Precincts exist for the convenience of voters and election officials during elections.
Letters to the Editor: March 18, 2013
Our friend, the late attorney Dick Regnier, used to tell us, “Before you believe an article, determine who is the source.” Good advice then and today.
Letters to the Editor: March 17, 2013
An international company Juwi’s has proposed Prairie Breeze Wind Farm Project, which comprises a cluster of 94 industrial wind turbines in Prairie and Liberty Townships in Tipton. Concern led me, as a physician, to do online research on health hazards that arise from industrial wind turbines.
Letter to the Editor: March 15, 2013
For many Americans, March represents the beginning of spring, competitive basketball tournaments and St. Patrick’s Day. Celebrating the patron saint of Ireland with the belief that everyone is Irish on March 17 has opened the door to several festive traditions in the U.S. The holiday is widely celebrated with tributes to Irish culture, displays of green, parades and most commonly, heavy drinking.
Letters to the Editor: March 14, 2013
The seed industry depends on pollination to create the next generation of seed. But they depend on the pollen to come from the male row of corn next to the female rows. Not from the field corn three miles away.
Industrial wind turbines create a disturbance in the wind patterns for three to four miles.
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