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Published July 23, 2009, 07:17 AM

Crews construct, set up towers to study wind farm possibilities

AVON — Two meteorological towers have been erected near Avon to determine whether the area is suitable for building a wind farm.
B&H Wind of Avon constructed the towers, each of which cost the company $25,000, according to B&H Vice President Bruce Voigt, of Tyndall. The towers, which are almost 200 feet tall, will measure wind speed, direction, temperature and barometric pressure for the next two to three years.

By: Liz Bos, The Daily Republic

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