A proposed wind energy center expansion in North Dakota is drawing objections from neighbors who worry about the noise and other health problems.
The state requires wind turbines to be at least a quarter-mile from the nearest occupied dwelling. Some want them farther away. The state Public Service Commission is working on new rules.
Residents who live a ND wind farm energy project are raising their voices over noise pollutions Dennis and Carolyn Stillings moved into the country to enjoy the serenity and beauty of the rolling prairie near the Sheyenne River Valley.
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