Protect Albany County
Let’s make laramie and albany county carbon neutral by 2050, but not at the expense of our natural resources
Snowy Range, Medicine Bow National Forest, Pole Mountain, Ames Monument, Pilot Hill are all important natural resources in Albany County.
We Have the Power to Impact Our Future, and We’re Doing Something About It
It’s not too late to update county regulations to protect our natural resources.
“Minimum separation distances. The following separation distances shall be maintained for industrial wind energy conversion systems:
(1) Two miles from all schools.
(2) Five miles from any National Park or Forest, any State Park, any site listed on the National Register of Historic Places, or any State Scenic By-way.
(3) One thousand feet from the habitats of rare, threatened, or endangered (RTE) species as delineated on the Department of Natural Resources (DNR), Heritage Division, Environmentally Significant Areas (ESAs) maps.
(4) Special exception applications for industrial WECS within 5,000 feet of the habitats of documented federally endangered species shall include review and compliance documents from the United States Fish and Wildlife Services. Acceptable documents include: finding of no significant impact (FONSI), environmental assessment (EA), or environmental impact statement (EIS).”
What to do…
David P. Cunningham – email@example.com
Keith A. Kennedy – firstname.lastname@example.org
John Spiegelberg – None
Carl J. Miller – email@example.com
Shaun Moore – firstname.lastname@example.org
Heber Richardson – HRichardson@co.albany.wy.us
Pete Gosar – PGosar@co.albany.wy.us
Terri Jones – email@example.com
David Gertsch – firstname.lastname@example.org
Make Your Voice Heard
Attend the next county commission meeting by zoom and voice your support for change
“Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s needs, but not every man’s greed.”