In March this year, the Hardin County Board of Supervisors approved a new commercial tax rebate policy. Through the program, businesses that increase the value of their property and add jobs can receive tax abatements. In announcing its creation, county Economic Development Director Angela De La Riva explained the program’s purpose: “The whole goal is to get people into Hardin County, give them an incentive to build here and invest in the area.”

That goal must not apply to wind energy.

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