Kern County wind farm to move ahead
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- A federal judge is giving the green light to a wind project in California. The decision clears the way for an energy developer to build a road and underground power lines across public land near Bakersfield.
But not many are happy with the decision. Environmental groups tried to stop the project, saying it could harm endangered birds like the California Condor.
It's unclear when the project will get underway.
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