of EDP Renewables, of Houston, Texas, developers of the Rail Splitter Wind Farm, came to
town to present their second installment of property taxes. People or departments
that were a part of bringing the wind farm to Logan County were invited to
attend a check presentation. The tax is based on energy produced, and the combined
installments total near $400,000 on 29 turbines located in Logan County.
the check are Logan County Treasurer Vicki Dugan, left, and county board member Jan
Schumacher. In back, from left, are Mary Kelley, circuit clerk; Brian Bergen, development
partnership director; Rosanne Brosamer, assessor; Bob Farmer, board chairman;
John Taylor and Jeff Bishop of EDP Renewables; Will D'Andrea, zoning officer; Adam
Renz of EDP;
and Bret Aukamp, county highway engineer.
The second installment of
Logan County property tax is due today.
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Logan County 2nd installment of
property tax due Tuesday
Photo by Jan Youngquist
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