Ground-mounted solar operations could be off the menu for a year if a proposed resolution ultimately passes.

The resolution, which seeks to establish a “moratorium” on applications to locate ground-mounted solar operations in unincorporated Hardin County pending the completion of the update to the comprehensive plan, was provided to the Resources and Community Support committee by Hardin County Judge-Executive Keith Taul at the body’s meeting Monday.

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