Vote To Remove Falmouth's Wind Turbines Could Have Far-Reaching Impact

Feb 6, 2013 Full story: Falmouth Enterprise

Falmouth Board of Selectmen's decision last week to remove the two town-owned wind turbines at the wastewater treatment facility could have implications not only for Falmouth, but for wind projects across the state and the country, according to both proponents and opponents of the project.

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Jack Kelly

Jamestown, RI

#1 Feb 6, 2013
This report was prepared by KEMA ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT, INC
and funded by the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative.

The date of the report April 19, 2005

The report says a Special permit is needed . Falmouth Wind 1 Turbine

Falmouth Community Wind Project Site Screening Report April 19,2005

The date is important for this report April 19,2005

Page 28 of the April 19, 2005 site review says : 6.2.2 a special permit is needed for the wind turbine

Please click here to review report :

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