Public input sought on proposed floating wind farm off Oregon Coast
Alternative energy industries have set their sights on the South Coast. Many people are skeptical how projects like a floating wind farm will affect nearby people and animals.
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#1 Jun 21, 2014
Better to have wind farms off shore which coos bay could benefit from energy if negotiated, than an LNG an energy company which only considers coos bay as the least resistance from opposition and benefit their bottom line for the big energy need in china! LNG craps on people's personal property and rights both benefitting foreign and domestic corporations with people forced to bow to their power by politicians! Not voting for kitzhaber, Merkely or Wyden and the local democrats all because of LNG!!!!!!!
#2 Jun 24, 2014
I agree with you their, I know you people are tired of the state deciding what you buy and where you work and live.
I know these WIC cards are like. Your only aloud to have what they tell you what you can have.
You and everyone else has no real freedom over their in coos county. I know how you feel about your life being run and dictated by the state. Oregon is a socialist state.
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