Sheffield Selectmen Approve Amendment To First Wind Pact

FILE PHOTO BY AMY ASH NIXON

Turbines atop the ridgeline in Sheffield.

SHEFFIELD — The owner of the Sheffield wind project, SunEdison, is askingthe Vermont Public Service Board to reconsider its recent ruling requiring further sound testing at the home of Paul and Carol Brouha, who live in neighboring Sutton.

Andrew Raubvogel, the attorney for SunEdison, doing business in Sheffield as Vermont Wind, LLC, filed a motion on Aug. 12 asking the PSB to clarify or reconsider its recent order mandating further testing. He states in the motion that the PSB hearing officer “overlooked industry standards and specifications without which this proceeding will not produce reliable data.”

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