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|Friday, July 17, 2009|
The Bureau of Planning and Sustainability submitted a draft of recommendations to the Portland Planning Commission, calling for turbines taller than the tallest buildings allowed in a district. But the plans also exempt the system from design review, a concern to the Bureau of Environmental Services, who are concerned about the large turbines' impact on birds and bats.
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