Bogle Vineyards submitted an application to Yolo County for a Major Use Permit to allow the construction and operation of a single wind turbine that would generate 1.85 MW of electricity, to be used to power the Bogle wine production facility. The proposed wind turbine would be constructed at the southwest corner of a 60-acre property, which is one of three adjacent parcels owned by the applicant (i.e., Bogle Vineyards). The turbine would be located adjacent to the wastewater ponds used by the winery, within a fenced 2,500 sf graveled area. The main tower of the turbine would be approximately 263 feet in height, with the rotor blade extending to a height of 398 feet high in the twelve o'clock position. A blinking red beacon light that meets FAA standards would be installed.
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