Lee County Board news
The project is estimated to generate about $50 million across 40 years in property taxes, and it would generate enough energy to power about 100,000 homes.
One of those developments is the Gateway Project, which will bring commercial growth across 27 acres on South Galena Avenue across from Walmart between Keul and Bloody Gulch roads.
A special committee is trying to iron out the details of a UTV ordinance for the county, after the decision was delayed 5 years ago.
The project would stretch across 760 acres of farmland in Steward.
The vote will be delayed until more details can be hashed out with allowing UTVs on county roads.
The overall goal is to connect a trail from the Sauk Valley to Wisconsin.
The Bison Meadows Wind project would likely have fewer than 50 turbines across a large footprint, and the company has secured about 7,000 acres so far in leases and commitments.
Wendy Ryerson has worn many hats during her tenure with Lee County, and she’s excited to fill a new one as its administrator.
Exterior tuckpointing just one type of repair of the iconic structure