To the editor:
I am writing this to the members of the community
who may read your paper and articles, specifically about the
Rail Splitter Wind Farm in northern Logan/southern Tazewell County,
but also for any other associations that could possibly be made.
My name is Sheryl Rae (Knauer) Wagoner. I am married to Brian
Wagoner, and we live in the country in Emden. I work for the Logan
County Farm Bureau in Lincoln.
There is also a Cheryl Wagner (no "o") who resides in the country
in Emden, not too far from where we live. I believe she currently
has her house for sale (it is actually in a section called Union).
I would like it clarified that there are indeed two very
different people with very similar names, living in the same general
area. She happens to be very much against the Rail Splitter Wind
Farm, whereas I am very much for it.
After being approached by several people about a couple of
different articles that have appeared in the past month, I felt the
need to make the clarification.
So, I want everyone to know that I, Sheryl Wagoner, am for wind
energy and think it is a great resource for the future and one that
I am glad Logan County has seen worth their approval.
Sheryl R. Wagoner
September 10, 2008]
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