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No major ordinance change suggested for wind turbines

March 1, 2013

PLYMOUTH — After being tabled for a month, when presented with an array of additions and amendments to current ordinances, the Marshall County Plan Commission decided not to take any action that would essentially keep wind turbines and farms out of the county.

With attorney Steve Snyder, Syracuse, representing, a group of concerned citizens drafted a series of changes to current ordinances in the county regarding wind turbines.

They ranged from sound issues to setting longer distances from property lines, churches, schools and more.

An ‘active shooter’ in Marshall County...what would you do?

March 1, 2013

STATE POLICE, LOCAL AGENCIES GATHER TO DISCUSS, PLAN

According to presenters at an event last Thursday, chances are a mass shooter at a local school, business, or public place will already have departed, committed suicide, or been disarmed by a bystander before law enforcement agencies arrive at the scene -- in which case, civilians need to think ahead and plan, should the worst take place.

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