- Be Sure to Vote Next Tuesday in the August 2 Primary
- Here we go again!
- Detroit Free Press exposes impact of wind energy development in Michigan
- If you want to see the real costs associated with wind farm development, watch this compelling video which documents the fallout resulting from Ontario’s rush to develop wind farms.
- On Monday, February 9, 2015 the Reading Township Board of Trustees voted to approve the application for a Conditional Use permit for a 195 foot Metrological (MET) tower in the Agricultural zoning district of Reading Township. Here is a detailed synopsis of the meeting.
Monthly Archives: February 2011
Does this sound familiar to anybody? It’s from the New York Times last year, in an op-ed about wind power: First a few large landowners, usually farmers who have been in the area forever, are approached about signing up. At … Continue reading
Thank you to everyone who took the time to attend Monday’s Township Board meeting. By our rough count there were more than 200 people there! We’ve added links to the documents we passed out at the meeting on our links … Continue reading
Wondering where Duke Energy’s 500 foot tall wind turbines could be built if they do come to Reading Township? This map shows the current Wind Energy Overlay District. It’s the area shaded in hot pink. Reading Township Wind Overlay District