Hubbardton wind vote tonightSeptember 26,2012Hubbardton wind vote tonight
HUBBARDTON — A special town meeting to vote on commercial wind will be held tonight at 7 p.m. at the town offices.
Voters will be asked if they approve of any commercial wind developer building turbines on the ridgeline on the eastern part of town.
According to town officials, the townwide vote is a continued effort by the town of Hubbardton to solidify its stance against large wind projects on the town’s ridgelines, such as the project proposed by Reunion Power.
A simple voice majority is necessary for the article to pass.
The town of Hubbardton town offices are located at 1831 Monument Hill Road.MORE IN This Just In
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