- Be Sure to Vote Next Tuesday in the August 2 Primary
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- 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: September 2014
We’ve updated the About Save Reading and Our Mission tabs to reflect developments that have occurred since the zoning changes were rejected by township voters by the overwhelming margin of 71% to 29%.
Here are comments made by Don and Eva Richardson at the Zoning Appeals meeting on Septembe 10, 2014 which was to consider a variance request from James Galloway for a wind measurement tower. Their comments convey the sentiments of the majority of Reading Township voters which were clearly heard in the referendum which soundly rejected (71% to 29%) the proposed amendments to the ordinance.
Why should a variance be granted that would so negatively affect the long-time character of our community? This would be the first steps to changing us from a quiet, rural, farming, residential, recreational area where we enjoy beautiful fields, vegetation, … Continue reading
Attached are two recent articles from The Hillsdale Daily News regarding the proposal for a new industrial wind facility in our township. There is a meeting at the township hall on September 24 at 7:00 P.M. to consider granting James … Continue reading