Mich. county judge rules wind project can proceed

08/1/2013 | WILX-TV (Lansing/Jackson, Mich.)

A judge in Clinton County, Mich., has ruled that Forest Hill Energy can proceed with a wind project. The company filed a lawsuit to challenge ordinances passed by Bengal, Dallas and Essex townships meant to stop the project. "Those townships don't have zoning commissions, so our lawsuit was to say we've passed the requirements for the Clinton County Zoning Commission," said Jon Bylsma, Forest Hill's attorney.

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