Maine town residents OK legal fund to defend wind project approval

03/17/2013 | Bangor Daily News (Maine) (free registration)

Residents of Clifton, Maine, voted to set aside $19,000 for the town's professional services fund, part of which will be used for legal services to defend the town's approval of a wind project on Pisgah Mountain. The owners of a nearby farm who are objecting to the project have filed an appeal in the Penobscot County Superior Court to stop the project. "Everything else in light of the wind farm is shovel-ready," said Sandy Fuller, one of the partners in the Pisgah Mountain wind project.

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