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Will County ponders new rules for solar farms


As Will County officials update their zoning codes, one of the issues they are addressing is how to regulate solar farms.

In a special meeting of the county board’s Land Use and Development Committee, members pored over possible regulations for screening for safety and aesthetics, and decommissioning the site when it’s no longer used as a solar farm.

“This is something new for us,” said county board Speaker Jim Moustis, R-Frankfort Township. He suggested that they reach out to municipalities to establish uniform regulations on solar farms, noting that the village of Frankfort also is working on a similar ordinance…Please click here to read Susan DeMar Lafferty’s story in the Tribune/Daily Southtown.

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