FERDINAND, Vt. (AP) -- The voting period is wrapping up on whether an industrial wind project should be built on Seneca Mountain in the Northeast Kingdom town of Ferdinand.
Nearly 400 people who own property in five unincorporated towns and gores have been asked to vote on the project.
Ballots were mailed to the property owners, including five in Canada, last month. They must be postmarked no later than Thursday.
The ballots will be counted at the January meeting of the board of governors of the Unified Towns and Gores, the body that oversees the communities that have no separate municipal governments of their own.
The developer, Eolian Renewable Energy of Portsmouth, N.H., has proposed a 20-turbine wind project for Seneca Mountain capable of producing an estimated 60 megawatts of electricity.