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By Mark Mahoney
Journalist 

Invenergy requests road closure on one-mile stretch

 

October 15, 2020

Mark Mahoney

End of the line • (l-r): County highway superintendent Brian McDonald and road superintendent Aaron Boggs present information about a road closure request in southwest Antelope County during the Oct. 6 board of commissioners meeting.

Invenergy has requested the permanent closure of a stretch of road near its Thunderhead wind project in southwest Antelope County.

County highway superintendent Brian McDonald spoke to the board of commissioners Tuesday, Oct. 6, in Neligh about the renewable energy company's request to close 841 Road between 510 and 511 avenues.

"There are two wind tower driveways at the very west end of this," McDonald said. "I think they're probably on the Wheeler side of the county line.

"There's also an additional driveway about halfway through on the south side," he said. "There are some powerlines on...



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