Clinton County commissioners set special public meeting regarding Yellowwood Solar Project


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WILMINGTON — The Board of Clinton County Commissioners has set a special session/public meeting to allow citizens who are directly impacted by the impending Yellowwood Solar Project in Clinton County a chance to hear updates and ask questions.

Citizens here directly impacted by the solar project are invited to attend and submit questions and concerns, as well as township trustees, members of the school boards, landowners, and business owners with interests in the affected areas.

The special session will be held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 29 at the County Courthouse, Court of Common Pleas, 3rd Floor, 46 S. South St., Wilmington.

The county’s legal counsel from Frost, Brown, and Todd, LLP along with the county commissioners hope to clarify the county’s role in the process, to listen to citizen concerns, and to answer questions.

Doors open at 6 p.m., and visitors to the Courthouse must pass through security surveillance.

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