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Cambridge urged to drop solar opposition, offer TIF for highway businesses and homes

In addition to requiring that the village cease all opposition to the utility-scale Koshkonong Solar Energy that Invenergy has proposed on up to 6,300 acres in the towns of Christiana and Deerfield, Schultz and Herl have said a deal hinges on the village offering tax incremental financing for their development

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A town of Christiana farm family joined local property developers and a Chicago-based solar energy firm on Sept. 14 in pushing the Cambridge to back plans for new housing and retail business on 114 acres along U.S. Highway 12-18 at the village’s western gateway.

Duane and Tina Hinchley, developers Todd Schultz and Mike Herl of Madison-based Westgate Partners LLC and Dan Litchfield, director of renewable development for Chicago-based Invenergy, LLC all spoke in-person at the village board’s Sept. 14 meeting.