Bring economic opportunity and a new source of tax revenues to Morgan County

Morgan County Commissioners have stated that any wind ordinance they consider should benefit all residents of Morgan County, landowners and non-landowners alike, be consistent with ordinances that exist in other counties in the state and designed to ensure that local residents and community members are safe and protected.

The Lincoln Land Wind project promises to bring Morgan County $65.6 million in new tax revenue — money that can be used to support local schools, fire districts, government services, road repairs, and much more. In addition, participating landowners will receive $3 million in annual lease payments over this same time frame.

Tell your Commissioners that you want an ordinance that enables wind energy development and the jobs and new tax revenues that come with it.

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