A lawsuit in which residents living near the Lake Winds wind plant south of Ludington claimed the facility was making people sick has been settled out of court.

Here’s an article in Michigan Capitol Confidential, a publication of Mackinac Center for Public Policy, which discusses an interesting aspect of the settlement.

Cary Shineldecker, one of 19 plaintiffs in the case, wrote a letter to the Reading Township Trustees, as they considered amendment of our zoning ordinance, advising them of the negative impacts of the turbines being so near to his home.  Pete Ronan also shared large photos of Cary’s home at the hearing on the zoning amendments.  The pictures clearly showed the scale of the turbines in relation to his home.

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