Ken Kimmell --- BCK Law - CLC & CVEC
Posted in the East Orleans Forum
#1 Feb 26, 2014
Ken Kimmell & BCK Law
February 25, 2014
Ken Kimmell Mass DEP Commisioner
Kenneth Kimmell is the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Commission & A Massachusetts Public Offcial
A. The Massachusetts DEP has taken little action or none to enforce the noise regulations where commercial wind turbines have been sited too close to residential homes. The state noise regulations are (310 CMR 7.10). Towns such as Falmouth & Fairhaven have wind turbines that exceed the Massachusetts regulatory regulations. The wind turbine victims describe the noise as a type of torture which includes an inability to sleep. Falmouth & Fairhaven residents have complained for four years over noise issues. These people are against the commercial wind turbines because they affect their health.
B. BCK Law is counsel to the Cape Light Compact (CLC) and the Cape & Vineyard Electric Cooperative (CVEC). BCK Law's largest client by far is the CLC / CVEC complex, generating approximately $1 million per year in legal fees. These Cape Cod agencies deal with renewable energy which includes funds and grants. The CVEC web site proclaimed its ambition to install 20 industrial wind turbines on the Cape & Vineyard. The CLC & CVEC are for commercial wind turbines because they deal with renewable energy.
BCK Law stands for Bernstein, Cushner & Kimmell, P.C., Attorneys at Law ,585 Boylston Street, Suite 200
Boston, MA 02116 Kenneth L. Kimmell, Esq.
The K stands for Kimmell . Ken Kimmell is the Mass DEP Commissioner.
The question needs to be asked :
Is the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection obfuscating the noise violations of the wind turbines ?
Why hasn't the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection taken action under the Mass DEP regulatory noise regulation (310 CMR 7.10)?
Is Massachusetts Department of Environmental Commissioner Kenneth Kimmell still a member of BCK Law ?
Is the relationship of BCK Law with the renewable energy agencies Cape Light Compact (CLC) and the Cape & Vineyard Electric Cooperative (CVEC) have anything to do with the inaction and obfuscation of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection not taking action on regulatory wind turbine noise ?
Is there a conflict of interest at the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection in protecting the rights of the citizens of Massachusetts ?
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