Letter Policy

Letters Policy

 

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  • All letters should be no more than 500 words in length, and should include the writer's name, address and phone number. We will not publish street address, e-mail address or phone number; rather, we reserve the right to contact writers to determine their validity.
  • Letters must be submitted electronically in Word doc or text format; no hand-written letters are accepted.
  • If the editor comments about a letter, the reader may respond with at least as many words as were used by the editor. We would like to stimulate a sincere dialogue.
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Letters

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Posted November 26, 2019

 

Dear Editor:


I am from Pana and participating in the Invenergy wind farm project. I am concerned about the amount of false information being spread throughout the community about wind farms. I am also concerned about the so called “moratorium” being proposed by wind farm opponents.

 

The county board voted against the opposition’s proposed ordinance a few months ago, so now they want to delay the wind farm projects for 6 months? Seems awfully fishy to me. I hope the county board sticks up for what is right and protects my property rights.

 

Pretty soon, we won’t be able to grow corn because someone else doesn’t like the look of it. Folks will be showing up to county board meetings to fight grain bins from being built. It’s a slippery slope and the county would be setting a dangerous precedent by losing this opportunity for farmers and taxpayers alike. 

 

Mike Pinkston
Pana, IL
 

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