Date: 
Jul 08, 2015

In July the state Site Evaluation Committee (SEC) will decide if it will reconsider a proposal for a small wind power plant in Antrim, New Hampshire.

The SEC rejected the proposal in 2013 because of the "unreasonable adverse (visual) effect" on the region, particularly the Willard Pond Sanctuary.

Date: 
Oct 09, 2015

Rep. Susan Emerson (R-Rindge) is sponsoring a 2016 constitutional amendment that would give towns and cities more power over the siting of energy projects.

Date: 
Aug 30, 2016

The selectmen in Stoddard have written another letter to the Site Evaluation Committee (SEC) opposing the proposed wind turbines on Tuttle Hill in neighboring Antrim, New Hampshire.

Tuttle Hill lies within roughly 13,000 acres of uninterrupted forest crossing several towns.  About one third of that land is protected.

Date: 
Dec 14, 2016

On Monday, December 13 the state Site Evaluation Committee (SEC) approved nine wind turbines on Tuttle Hill and Willard Mountain.

Antrim Wind Energy proposed a ten turbine project on the same site in 2012. The SEC rejected that proposal, primarily due to negative environmental and aesthetic impacts.

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Date: 
May 08, 2017

On Friday the state Site Evaluation Committee (SEC) gave final approval for Antrim Wind Energy LLC to build nine wind turbines along Tuttle Hill and the Willard Mountain ridge line.

The SEC vote denied three different groups’ requests to reconsider approval for the project.  Those groups included some area residents, the WindAction Group, and the Stoddard Conservation Commission.

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Date: 
Aug 07, 2017

The New Hampshire Supreme Court has accepted a lawsuit to stop nine wind turbines along Tuttle Hill and the Willard Mountain ridge line in Antrim.

The Supreme Court appeal is the latest challenge to the proposed project. 

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