The meeting is at 6 p.m. in the County Board room at the
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
attracted to LED because it was able to return profits more quickly than other technologies.
turning raw parts imported from China into the LED lights on display in its showroom.
“Within the next six months, we will be setting up manufacturing here in Crystal Lake out of this facility,
This is an incredible statistic—3x Freshmen enrollment.
Area students who graduate from high school in 2009 can attend MCC for free next year, courtesy of the new MCC Promise. School officials credit the new perk for a nearly 200 percent increase in applications this year.
a 2,000-foot setback from any primary structure and 1.5 times the height of the tower from property lines. It’s a stingier measure than the laws that cover rural Boone County. Boone County’s code, which was adopted in July, calls for a 1,000-foot setback from homes and 1.1 times the height of the tower from property lines.
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public hearing on changes to NextEra Energy's proposed wind farm is scheduled to continue at 9 a.m. Tuesday at the Carl Sandburg Auditorium in the Holmes Student Center on the campus of Northern Illinois
early session's testimony was dominated by attorneys and an expert witness in acoustics, who testified that wind turbines generate dangerous levels of low-frequency noise that can have a negative effect on health
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