Falmouth voters get chance to decide fate of turbines
An article on Tuesday's special town meeting warrant asks town meeting to approve borrowing nearly $14 million to fund the removal of the Wind 1 and Wind 2 turbines at the town's wastewater treatment facility.
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#1 Apr 7, 2013
The Massachusetts Constitution affirms the dignity and equality of all individuals. It forbids the creation of second-class citizens. Yet, in the mad rush to implement green energy policies, the state of Massachusetts is creating a second class group of citizens through the poor siting of commercial wind turbines.
The Falmouth Select Board has stepped up to the plate for all the citizens of Massachusetts. Falmouth spent almost $400,000.00 on talks between abutters and public officials and twenty six meetings.
Falmouth has to make the right choice
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