"I wish it would have never came. I wish the [wind] farm would have never came, because it is destroying neighbor relations and family,"
-Todd Christensen, Morrison Town Chairman
Residents in the Town of Morrison voted Tuesday night to raise their own tax levy.
At the heart of the issue is a proposed wind farm in southern Brown County.
Nearly five times as many residents showed up to the annual town meeting -- mainly to discuss the potential wind farm.
The project hasn't yet been approved by the state's Public Service Commission.
The extra money from the levy will be used to argue the town's position -- whatever it may be -- regarding the proposal.
The town chair says it's an issue that's dividing this small town.
"I wish it would have never came. I wish the farm would have never came, because it is destroying neighbor relations and family," Todd Christensen said.
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THE NEXT MEETING IS SCHEDULED FOR FRIDAY APRIL 16th, 2019 at the PSC
Public Service Commission Building
610 North Whitney Way, Madison, Wisconsin