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Iroquois County Farmland owners sue wind farm company

June 28, 2016   ·   2 Comments

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Mon, 06/27/2016 – 5:25pm | Will Brumleve

Attorney J. Dennis Marek of the Kankakee law firm Marek, Meyer and Coghlan filed a two-count lawsuit in Iroquois County Circuit Court on behalf of Charles, George and Howard Haley.

Named as defendants are San Diego-based EDF Renewable Energy, which owns and operates the Pilot Hill Wind Farm, along with Cincinnati-based Vision Energy, which sold its ownership to EDF in 2014.

The lawsuit seeks an annual payment of $4,540 for the next 35 years, plus a one-time payment of between $50,000 and $74,000, as damages against . . . continue reading at the News-Gazette (HERE) . . .

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  1. Jeff Savoie says:

    I have no pity for the Haley’s or anybody else that signed up fort he windmill deal.

    The only reason to sign up was greed.

    I look forward to seeing all the abandoned wind turbines in 20 years or less,

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    • Jessie Denali says:

      I agree! That’s what happens when you are greedy!

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