Two government agencies have approved agreements to help move Arizona closer to building its first wind-energy power plant with 30 turbines as tall as 300 feet. The Bureau of Land Management signed a right-of-way agreement for the Dry Lake Wind Project planned northwest of Snowflake. Meanwhile, the Arizona State Land Department signed a permit allowing the project to use its rural property. The first phase is expected to open by 2010.

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