Setting up wind turbines inside city limits is now allowed after action by the Homer City Council Monday night.
Homer is one of the first Alaska towns, after Valdez, to pass laws setting guidelines on turbine height, acreage requirements and whether or not a person would have to get his neighbor’s permission before generating wind power.
That’s the way it should be – Homer as a leader in climate action work, said Council Member Beth Wythe.
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