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Agreements approved for Soldier Creek Wind Farm

(KMZA)--Agreements have been approved for the construction of the Soldier Creek Wind Farm in southern Nemaha County.

The Nemaha County Commission during a special meeting Wednesday approved five agreements with Florida-based NextEra Energy Resources for the 300 megawatt wind farm, which will contain 120 turbines.

The action follows several months of negotiations with the company.

They include agreements for development of the project, road use, compensation for the county, complaint resolution and dismantling the project.

The agreements were spelled out in the term sheet approved by commissioners last year following several rounds of public meetings.

Under the road use agreement, NextEra will be responsible for repairing any damage done to county roads during the project and making improvements to handle the heavy equipment and materials crews will be transporting.

The documents have been posted on the county's website.



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