State: Blittersdorf Should Pay $2,500 Penalty In Kidder Hill Case In Irasburg

David Blittersdorf

IRASBURG — Vermont agencies say a property owner on Kidder Hill should face a penalty for erecting a wind test tower without state permission on the same land where he put up two small wind turbines and at one time considered two large ones.

In a case that’s under investigation by the Vermont Public Utilities Commission, the Vermont Department of Public Service states that Kidder Hill property owner and renewable energy developer David Blittersdorf should face a penalty of $2,500 for failure to get a certificate of public good for his meteorological “met” tower.

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