SYCAMORE – DeKalb County residents will have an opportunity to discuss setback requirements Wednesday, during the county’s Planning and Zoning committee meeting. The committee will go over setback standards outlined in other wind energy ordinances around the region during the 6:30 p.m. meeting at the Gathertorium in the DeKalb County Legislative Center, 200 N. Main St. DeKalb County Board Chairman Mark Pietrowski Jr. said the moratorium to come up with a wind farm ordinance is still in effect through September. That comes after the county board approved a solar farm ordinance that went into effect last month. Pietrowski said the board is still in the research process for the wind farm ordinance, and there is no draft of the ordinance yet. “We want to make sure it’s right,” Pietrowski said. Dozens of residents aired their concerns about the wind farms that would occupy the northern half of DeKalb County during an April 26 meeting – which was meant to … [Read more...] about DeKalb County Planning and Zoning Committee will evaluate wind turbine setback standards next
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Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Gubernatorial candidates share plans at high school forum Gubernatorial candidates threw gentle to hard jabs at each other's record during Tuesday's debate hosted by George Washington High School. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Haidee V Eugenio, [email protected] Published 6:50 p.m. ChT May 15, 2018 CLOSE Gubernatorial candidate Sen. Frank Aguon Jr. responds to a student's question on the rising cost of living during a student forum and GWHS. Rick Cruz, PDN CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN COMMENT EMAIL MORE Gubernatorial candidates took each other to task on their records Tuesday, with … [Read more...] about Gubernatorial candidates share plans at high school forum
Fire and ambulance crews have just moved into quarters at Sleaford’s new shared fire and ambulance station. The teams began moving in on Tuesday to be operational for May 1 and Area Manager Response and International Search and Rescue Lead Mark Baxter tweeted a photo of some of the staff and equipment now on site on Eastgate in the newly built premises.He said: “Pleasure to be at Sleaford station today as the new station went live with our crews and EMAS all moved in together. Well done to everyone who made this happen.”Fire crews and ambulance staff in the town are now based under one roof in a £6million shared station.As part of a countywide plan for the emergency services to collaborate more closely, improve services to the public and provide value for money, the Sleaford fire station, constructed on the site of the former Eastgate Centre which housed services for adults with learning difficulties and some library services, will be the second station in the … [Read more...] about Sleaford’s new, £6m shared fire and ambulance station goes live
Theresa May faces a showdown with Brexiteers in her inner-cabinet today as she tries to convince them of the merits of a new hybrid “customs partnership” between the UK and the European Union. The debate over a future customs relationship with the bloc will be “a vital part of any future trade deal, as the UK exports 50% of its goods to the EU”, says the BBC’s Kamal Ahmed. The Prime Minister’s preferred option is the so-called customs partnership, and she will “make the case for it strongly”, with backing from Chancellor Philip Hammond and Business Secretary Greg Clark, says Politico’s Jack Blanchard. But “she can expect a wall of opposition from cabinet Brexiteers including David Davis, Boris Johnson and Liam Fox”, Blanchard continues. They favour the Government’s other proposal, a “maximum facilitation” scheme that would use “trusted trader” initiatives and undeveloped technology to reduce … [Read more...] about What is the customs partnership plan and will it be Theresa May’s undoing?
LONDON (Reuters) - Ireland’s government will use its majority shareholding to vote down Allied Irish Banks’ (AIBG.I) plans to introduce a deferred share plan for senior executives that it says would mitigate the heightened risk it currently faces in retaining key staff. AIB last month proposed the plan that would be worth as much as 100 percent of salary and vest only if the state was able to sell more of its 71 percent holding. However it required formal approval from Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe. Donohoe said on Thursday that the government would launch a review of banking remuneration policy and as a minority shareholder, also abstain in a Bank of Ireland (BIRG.I) vote on Friday seeking approval to engage with shareholders on a future incentive scheme. Dublin capped executive pay and banned bonuses during its banking crisis a decade ago. Donohoe said he acknowledged that in light of firms moving to Ireland as a result of Brexit, remuneration … [Read more...] about Allied Irish Banks’ deferred share plan rejected by government