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Term sheet, site map released for wind farm
07/16/2019

(KMZA)--A revised term sheet for a proposed 300 megawatt wind farm in southern Nemaha County has been released.

The document was released Tuesday following months of negotiations between the Nemaha County Commission and NextEra Energy Resources along with two public meetings in April.

Following an executive session Monday with special attorney James Neeld, Commission Chairman Gary Scoby announced that an agreement had been reached.

The term sheet sets out the rules and regulations for the Soldier Creek Wind Farm. A map showing the location of 120 primary turbine sites and 12 alternate sites is included with the term sheet.

A more detailed site map will be displayed at the Courthouse in the coming days.  A digital copy of the detailed site map will be made available upon request of either the Nemaha County Attorney or Nemaha County Clerk.

The term sheet and site map can be viewed on the county web site.  

The Commission will consider approval of the term sheet during a meeting on Wednesday, July 31.  The meeting will be held at 9:00 that morning at the Nemaha County Community Building in Seneca.

 

 

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