There are 11 buildings in Philadelphia, 1 in Washington D.C. (the Washington Monument), one in Virginia Beach, 0 in Baltimore, Richmond and Wilmington over 500 feet tall.(http://www.city-data.com/forum/city-vs-city/1127664-ranking-50-largest-msas-number-existing.html) The Apex Industrial Wind installation would place 25-50 … Read More »
Monthly Archives: April 2015
To the editor: There has been a lot of talk about the environmental impact of wind turbines, but very little on the actual efficiency and long-term viability of wind power. There is a term in … Read More »
April 21, 2015 Chestertown Spy The Eastern Shore Land Conservancy believes local energy generation, especially renewables, is a critical component to the Eastern Shore’s future economic resilience and prosperity. However, the proposed Mills Branch Wind … Read More »
Elizabeth Watson, a KKS board member, delivers a message of appreciation to the Kent County Commissioners for their ongoing support to prevent the Apex IWT project in Kent County. Commissioners Pickrum, Short, and Fithian, I … Read More »
April 14, 2015 by The Chestertown Spy One of the more revealing aspects of the current debate on the proposed use of wind turbines in Kent County is that most people support the development of … Read More »
Kent County residents speak up about the Mills Branch IWT project being planned for Kent County in this article in My Eastern Shore.
Queen Anne’s Conservation Association(QACA) sends a Public Information Act (PIA) request to Kent County Government seeking disclosure of documents related to the Apex project and further states that they are joining Kent County in Opposing … Read More »