Falmouth turbine removal up for vote

Falmouth turbine removal up for vote

There are 2 comments on the Cape Cod Times story from May 18, 2013, titled Falmouth turbine removal up for vote. In it, Cape Cod Times reports that:

Linda Davis supported building and paying for two town-owned wind turbines when the project came before voters at town meetings between 2007 and 2009.

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Jack Kelly

Jamestown, RI

#1 May 19, 2013
History shows this isn't the first time residential home owners have been labeled as political opponents and social deviants because they oppose what the rest of a city, town or state wants. Massachusetts has a renewable energy goal of 2000 megawatts of commercial wind power by the year 2020.

Residential home owners have had their property turned into industrial wind zones or camps. The home owners have become incarcerated in their homes from the state expansion and construction of wind zones to attain a state mandated renewable energy goal.

The Falmouth residents living near the turbines lost their quality of life three years ago over noise issues. The residential home owners face large legal expenses to protect their property rights and the loss of the American dream..

To mobilize and finance wind turbine projects, Massachusetts revamped and expanded the administrative offices of the Massachusetts Technology Colaborative and created a new Massachusetts Clean Energy Center as an office for business operations. Both agencies are led by our Massachusetts governor , who took over the renewable energy goal of the state at any cost and the loss of health and property values.

The wind industry now deals with wind turbines noise and direct physiological impacts like rapid heart beat, nausea and blurred vision caused by the ultra-low-frequency sound and vibrations from the turbines. The CEO of the largest wind company in the world acknowledges low frequency noise and setbacks to residential homes.

During World War II the German "ordinary citizens" were unaware of the crimes which were committed in their midst ,in their names and with their permission ? Will Falmouth vote to keep the torture ?

Stop the irresponsible placement of commercial megawatt turbines and widely publicize the evidence and educate the public to prevent atrocities. Thousands of complaints have been made and the beatings of the residents continue on until further notice.





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Florham Park, NJ

#2 May 22, 2013
I will continue to be the biggest NIMBY in town.

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