Brosch, Glen 2011-05-06

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Interviewee Name: Glen Brosch

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Date: May 06, 2011

Location: Slaton, Texas

Interviewer: Andy Wilkinson

Length: 00:51:13


Introduction, Personal history, Beginning of wind farm project, Formation of LLC, Community attitude towards project, Wind farm project continued, Opposition to project, Structure of partnership, Farming in the area, Dry land farming, Surviving during a drought year, Monsanto, Community impact of extra revenue, Glenn Rose story, Glen’s plans for revenue, Possible community changes due to improvements to schools, Wind-land disputes, Absentee landlords, Windmill placement, Windmill problems, Sunlight flicker, Noise, Tornadoes, Borings’ storm cellar, 1958 tornado, Documents after tornado

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