The legal meaning of the term "inhabited structure" could have a big impact on the future of wind development in Ohio. As the Sandusky Register reports, the growth plans of a popular creamery in Erie County are forcing local officials to determine the precise definition of a regulation governing the construction of wind turbines. Those regulations were patterned after similar laws in other states, including Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and California. It's the first time a municipality in Ohio has had to grapple with the meaning of its wind-power regulations in response to private development plans.