TULE WIND, MORE BACKCOUNTRY ISSUES ON AGENDA FOR COUNTY PLANNING COMMISION FRIDAY MAY 18

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May 17, 2012 (San Diego) -- San Diego County's Planning Commission will consider several major issues on its Friday agenda, including the Tule Wind Energy major use permit for McCain Valley, as well as the related General Plan Amendment and Zoning Reclassification for the Mountain Empire and Boulevard subregional plan areas.

Planners will also hear staff responses to concerns raised by planners in last week's Wind Energy Ordinance Amendments workshop. The meeting beginas at 9 a.m. at 5201 Ruffing Rd., Suite B in San Diego.

View the complete agenda:  http://www.avcaptureall.com/Sessions.aspx#mode.upcoming&session.46c32983...


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 Well, Iberdrola certainly

 Well, Iberdrola certainly pulled out all the stops for this appearance. I haven't seen that many "suits" (company reps and other vested interests) in long while, and certainly never in response to a supposedly "green" issue like wind power. Just goes to show what we're really dealing with here, doesn't it?--a textbook case of crony capitalism. Let's hope and pray that the Planning Commission sees though the phony song-and-dance they played today.