To the Editor:

The members of the Hardin County Board of Supervisors were recently criticized for putting a moratorium on adoption of a new wind ordinance that would allow a “wind farm” of turbines in Hardin County, in order to study the issue further and consult various county boards and commissions. However, the supervisors should be commended, not condemned, for proceeding carefully, rather than “throwing caution to the wind,” so to speak, and rushing a new wind ordinance into law.

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