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By Sandy Schroth
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Dust settles on wind farm road issue

 

November 14, 2019

Sandy Schroth

Explanation • Antelope County road superintendent Casey Dittrich explains issues with an underground permit application on Custer Township land owned by Greg Mullins of Plainview, during the county commissioners' Nov. 5 meeting in Neligh.

Dean Smith of Brunswick presided over his first meeting as chairman of the Antelope County commissioners last Tuesday, moving to the position from vice chairman after the former chair was removed from office.

Two new commissioners had not yet been appointed, leaving Smith, Charlie Henery and Eli Jacob as seated board members to take care of business.

The board addressed issues related to a road included in the Thunderhead wind farm road-use agreement. Listed on the agenda under the road superintendent's report, the primary issue concerned dust created by heavy truck traffic on the road nea...



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