Should Plymouth Place a Moratorium on Wind Turbines?
With four wind turbines peeking over the horizon along Route 3 in Kingston and seven more lined up for construction in Plymouth, a group of residents has submitted a petition for a Fall Town Meeting article that would set a two-year moratorium on more permits, and the group is getting support from many people, who say they support "green energy" ... (more)
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#1 Sep 17, 2012
We have seen 50 Falmouth residents get sick over the poor siting of commercial wind turbines.Now comes the Town of Fairhaven with ten times the population of Falmouth .Fairhaven town government is well aware of the health issues and could face class action litigation over taking residential property rights-their right to live in their homes.
The main goal is to inform the public about the science and the truth of commercial wind turbines. Wind energy is too costly for the taxpayer; too inefficient to keep its promises to generate electricity at the level claimed; and too destructive in its impact on the people and the environment in the vicinity of the turbine installations.
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