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These news and opinion items are gathered by National Wind Watch to help keep readers informed about developments related to industrial wind energy. They are the products of the organizations or individuals noted and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of National Wind Watch.


June 1, 2018 • OklahomaPrint storyE-mail story

Austin political operative accused of high jinks by Oklahoma official

A longtime Austin-based campaign consultant, once known as Dr. Dirt for his ability to uncover compromising political material, has been accused in federal court of tampering with the property of an Oklahoma state lawmaker by allegedly telling private investigators to put a GPS tracking device on the lawmaker’s pickup. A lawsuit claims that George Shipley – who has worked mostly for Democrats, including as an adviser to the late Gov. Ann Richards – targeted Oklahoma state Rep. Mark McBride, a Republican who . . . Complete story »


May 31, 2018 • OklahomaPrint storyE-mail story

Oklahoma grand jury subpoenas Texas men in tracking case

The president of a Texas-based wind energy trade group has been subpoenaed to appear before an Oklahoma grand jury looking into a state lawmaker’s claim that someone connected to the industry put a tracking device on his pickup. Court documents filed in Austin, Texas, show The Wind Coalition President Jeffrey Clark has been directed to appear before the Oklahoma multicounty grand jury in June. The subpoena also seeks business records pertaining to “research and data gathering activities” linked to Rep. . . . Complete story »


May 31, 2018 • OntarioPrint storyE-mail story

Chatham-Kent to cover cost of baseline water testing

People concerned about their water wells in the north Kent area can now get baseline testing done for free. At this week’s meeting, Chatham-Kent council approved a motion to cover the cost of water testing. Councillor for that area, Leon Leclair, said he sympathizes with the families whose well waters have become undrinkable and said they need to find out more about why it’s happening. “There’s nothing that’s jumping out at us right now,” said Leclair. Residents who have complained . . . Complete story »


May 23, 2018 • New YorkPrint storyE-mail story

Hopkinton supervisor calls out two councilors for meeting with wind company while she was on vacation

HOPKINTON – The town supervisor called out Two Hopkinton Town Council members for meeting with wind company officials while she was vacationing in Florida. Town Supervisor Susan Wood said she was made aware that a meeting was held between council members Sue Lyon and Steve Parker and Avangrid officials less than five minutes before the May 21 board meeting. “I asked them at the end of the meeting if this was correct and Steve Parker confirmed they had met when I . . . Complete story »


May 23, 2018 • IndianaPrint storyE-mail story

Mullett v. Duke Energy Indiana LLC

Court of Appeals of Indiana. Michael A. MULLETT and Patricia N. March, Appellants–Intervenors, v. DUKE ENERGY INDIANA, LLC, Nucor Steel–Indiana, Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor, Appellees (Applicant/Petitioner, Intervenor, Statutory Party). Court of Appeals Case No. 93A02–1710–EX–2468     Decided: May 21, 2018 Attorney for Appellants: Russell Ellis, Indianapolis, Indiana Attorneys for Appellees: Robert L. Hartley, Maggie L. Smith, Frost Brown Todd LLC, Indianapolis, Indiana Case Summary [1] Appellee Duke Energy Indiana, LLC (“Duke”) and Benton County Wind Farm (the “Wind Farm”) . . . Complete story »


May 17, 2018 • Rhode IslandPrint storyE-mail story

Turbine company chairman addresses Portsmouth residents’ concerns

PORTSMOUTH – The founder and chairman of the company that owns and operates the town wind turbine on Wednesday night promised actions it will take in an attempt to satisfy nearby property owners who argue the machine hinders their quality of life. Mark DePasquale of Green Development LLC laid out the next steps at the end of a two-hour meeting with aggrieved residents. The company will inspect the three blades affixed to the 279-foot-tall turbine. It will then temporarily install devices . . . Complete story »


May 16, 2018 • Letters, MinnesotaPrint storyE-mail story

Life by a wind turbine, or two

When I was in Iraq in 2006, my wife at the time emailed me and said Byron Christoffer wanted to put up some wind turbines across the road from us on his property. I said that is fine, I like electricity. In my mind I envisioned wind turbines in the middle of the section like another wind turbine project Steve Christoffer had built near me north of the interstate. When I got home in 2007, we drove down the gravel . . . Complete story »


May 12, 2018 • OntarioPrint storyE-mail story

UN notified of dirty CK well water

A London-area geologist says she has reported the dirty water wells in Chatham-Kent to the United Nations. Heather Gingerich says local and provincial leaders are treasonous by allowing the wind turbine assault on local water. However, she says the likelihood the U.N. will do anything is small unless the community fully backs the move to stop pile driving wind towers into the ground. Gingerich is not affiliated with the U.N. but is a medical geologist and calls on hospitals to . . . Complete story »


May 9, 2018 • OntarioPrint storyE-mail story

Water Wells First gaining support for health hazard investigation

If the Ontario Liberals don’t return to power after the June 7 election, a local citizen group will be well positioned to get some action on their concerns over water wells in the north Chatham-Kent area. With less than a month before Ontarians go to the polls, Water Wells First has received a written commitment from the leaders of four political parties – The Progressive Conservatives, the New Democrats, the Green Party and the Trillium Party – a health hazard . . . Complete story »


May 6, 2018 • OklahomaPrint storyE-mail story

Phone records link wind industry group to political consultant who had Oklahoma legislator tracked

The OSBI has found new evidence linking a wind energy group to the political consultant who had a state legislator tracked, The Oklahoman has learned. “It’s pretty obvious,” Rep. Mark McBride said of the evidence from the subpoenaed phone records of Texas political consultant George C. Shipley. McBride, R-Moore, has blamed the wind industry ever since finding a GPS tracker on his pickup the evening of Dec. 4. He was told about the new evidence Thursday when a special agent . . . Complete story »


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