Started Mar 20, 2012
Started this discussion. Last reply by alice mckay barnett Apr 12, 2012.
I was curious who might have first uttered that tired phrase. Try it. The results are hilarious (see them below). Pretty much every state and country that has an outdoors has gratuitously been called…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Art Brigades Feb 21, 2010.
Attached at the very bottom of my post is a PDF. It is a sales brochure used by a Boston PR Firm which infiltrates ourtowns long before we get "wind" of a development proposal. In it they tell the…Continue
Started Jan 23, 2010
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On May 10 the Environment & Natural Resources Committee will take up a substantive bill that hopes to reform and update Maine's landfill policy, which is a very big duty of the Department of Environmental Protection. The bill is here: LD%20112%20sponsors%20proposed%20amendment%20for%20PH.pdf
Earlier this year during the public hearing for the RoxWind…Continue
Posted on May 1, 2019 at 5:27pm — 4 Comments
For dramatic effect, the opponents of the NECEC have been publishing scary stock photos of massive power lines from the midwest and elsewhere. As a result, most of the vocal-local opposition has been focused on scenic impact to Maine's wilderness. Here are some of their published photos, some provided to media outlets.
Posted on April 27, 2019 at 3:30pm — 2 Comments
The headline calls it a "ban" but it is not. It, like over 100 other ordinances around Maine, is zoning written to regulate and protect a community from a gawdawful land use. The maximum height of 150 feet to top of blade pretty much kills any industrial wind project, which is a community's right. They are copying/pasting the…Continue
Posted on April 21, 2019 at 12:30pm