The Mohave County Board of Supervisors is threatening your property rights!

Driven by misinformation, the Mohave County Board of Supervisors are voting to strip local landowners of their private property rights, an unprecedented level of government overreach.

On October 16th at 9:30am, the Board is voting on a potential moratorium on all large renewable energy projects in the entire county, even on privately-owned land. This means the County won’t even consider proposed developments that would bring hundreds of jobs and significant tax dollars to the region.

The Facts

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Private property rights are a foundational American value protected in both the United States and Arizona constitutions.

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Mohave County already has a process in place to review projects and ensure they benefit local communities.

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Solar energy is among the least water-intensive ways to generate electricity. Cleaning panels typically requires about 20 gallons of water per megawatt of energy produced.

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Renewable energy projects create hundreds of local jobs and provide millions of dollars in tax revenue to fund infrastructure and schools.

Attend the Board of Supervisors at 700 W. Beale St. in Kingman and urge them to protect property rights and vote no on the moratorium! If you can’t attend, call your Supervisor.

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