Wis. Admin. Code Public Service Commission § PSC 128.41 - Monitoring committee

Current through March 28, 2022

(1) COMMITTEE. Except as provided in sub. (3), a political subdivision may establish a monitoring committee to oversee resolution of complaints regarding a wind energy system. A monitoring committee shall include on the committee a member who is a local employee of an owner of a wind energy system and, if in existence, at least one nonparticipating landowner residing in the political subdivision within 0.5 mile of a wind turbine that is located in the political subdivision.
(2) DUTIES. A monitoring committee established under sub. (1) may do any of the following:
(a) Maintain a record of all complaints brought to it.
(b) Require the owner to provide the committee with information regarding the owner's response to any complaint forwarded to the owner by the committee.
(c) Recommend to the political subdivision a reasonable resolution to a complaint based upon the information gathered by the committee.
(3) MULTIPLE JURISDICTIONS. If a wind energy system is located in more than one political subdivision with jurisdiction over the wind energy system and multiple political subdivisions decide to establish a monitoring committee, the political subdivisions shall jointly establish a single monitoring committee to oversee resolution of complaints regarding the wind energy system.

Notes

Wis. Admin. Code Public Service Commission § PSC 128.41
CR 10-057: CR Register February 2011 No. 662, eff. 3-1-11.

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