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The coal mining legislation (HB571), sponsored by Rep.

Harry Snyder, project coordinator for Apex in Cumberland County, told the panel that Sexton’s amendment would “change our business model” and effectively kill the planned erection of 656-foot tall turbines as well as a smaller but similar project the company is developing near Kenton in Gibson County.That means both will on the table for the panel’s next meeting, scheduled to be the last of the 2017 session.“Sorry we had the confusion, but that’s what happens when you don’t get it worked out before you come to the committee,” said the subcommittee chairman, Rep.Ron Lollar, R-Bartlett, as he gaveled the meeting to a close.The actions came during a meeting of the House Agriculture Subcommittee with far more debate on the wind energy regulation bill, an effort inspired mostly by opposition to plans by Apex Energy Solutions to spend 0 million erecting at least 20 electricity-generating turbines on a Cumberland County mountain. Lengthy debate then ensued on whether even the original bill, calling only for a study, should be approved.The result was a stalemate and further consideration on whether the matter should be studied was postponed for a week.

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