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Frank J. Heller, MPA commented on Gary Campbell's blog post Dan Remian 1939 - 2018
"I always wondered who he was, since we'd be at many of the same meetings and he was so quiet spoken. Never got to know him, but felt his presence and tenacity. An appropriate memorial?"
Aug 11
Penny Gray commented on Gary Campbell's blog post Dan Remian 1939 - 2018
"What a wonderful tribute to a great man.  Dan had true grit.  He was an inspiration to me and I'm sure to many others.  He will be missed and never forgotten.  Deepest sympathies to his family and friends."
Aug 10
Stephen Littlefield commented on Gary Campbell's blog post Dan Remian 1939 - 2018
"I never had the opportunity to meet Dan, something I truly wish I could have reversed. But I admire his intelligence and tenacity in the fight to protect Maine from the blight of the useless commercial wind! He will be missed, and Maine owes Dan a…"
Aug 10
Brad Blake commented on Gary Campbell's blog post Dan Remian 1939 - 2018
"I have met many people through the battle to save Maine from the scourge of industrial wind power and Dan is one I will always remember and honor.  He was bright and brought his engineering background to his arguments against wind power. …"
Aug 10
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Dan Remian 1939 - 2018

Daniel Remian, beloved husband of Martha Marchut, passed away at his Cushing home, following an extended illness, Tuesday, August 7, 2018, with his wife by his side.Dan was born on May 12, 1939 in Southbridge, Massachusetts, son of John and Nellie Szczygiel Remian, the oldest of eight children.Dan was educated in electrical…See More
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Gary Campbell commented on arthur qwenk's blog post Climate Change Has Run Its Course- WSJ
""A case in point is climate campaigners’ push for clean energy, whereas they write off nuclear power because it doesn’t fit their green utopian vision." And here in Maine the Baldacci administration went even further when they…"
Jun 6
Gary Campbell commented on Long Islander's blog post Dark Skies: Advocates push Maine as astrotourism destination Maine Sunday Telegram)
"Correction on the photo credit. I did not take that photo, Rainer Egle did. We did, however, make good use of it during the LURC and DEP hearings on the Bowers Mountain project. In fact, after seeing that image, LURC and DEP's scenic consultant…"
May 20
Gary Campbell commented on Long Islander's blog post Deepwater Wind -- Whale Deaths, Infra Sound, Accidents & 500 Million
"Has any wind developer anywhere ever been penalized for lying under oath?"
May 15
Gary Campbell commented on Willem Post's blog post WIND AND SOLAR HYPE VERSUS REALITY
"Outstanding. Thank you."
May 3
Gary Campbell commented on Long Islander's blog post Clyde MacDonald has been warning Maine about the potential for wind turbine caused forest fires for years
"Clyde was absolutely correct.We can all be thankful this fire wasn't on one of the hundreds of turbines Kurt Adams sited in our forests."
Apr 2
Gary Campbell commented on John F. Hussey's blog post UMPI windmill fire
"Assuming this is not an April Fool's joke... The article says "The 600 kilowatt turbine was installed in 2009 at a cost of $2 million. The turbine can generate roughly 700,000 kilowatt-hours of electricity per year — enough to power…"
Apr 2
Rob P commented on Gary Campbell's blog post BOWERS WIND PROJECT DEFEATED!!
"Congratulations to all who worked so hard and so long. Thank you."
Mar 29
Rosemary Lowe commented on Gary Campbell's blog post BOWERS WIND PROJECT DEFEATED!!
"Wonderful News ! Now, we must work to Stop The Deep Water Mega-Industrial Wind Project being pushed on Monhegan Island, ME. This Industrial Wind Project will alter the environment and the character of this beautiful island environment for eons. So…"
Mar 28
Gary Campbell commented on Long Islander's blog post Maine selectman hammers Patriot Renewables
"Jim Boyle/Boyle Associates was retained by First Wind for their ill-fated Bowers project. Jim Boyle was one of FW's expert witnesses testifying about the quality of the user intercept survey Kleinschmidt conducted. Under examination it came out…"
Feb 11
Gary Campbell commented on Long Islander's blog post Are Maine Land Trusts For Or Against Industrial Wind?
"Jennifer Mahoney of Maine Coast Heritage Trust is the wife of Sean Mahoney of the Conservation Law Foundation. He testifies in favor of every wind project in Maine."
Feb 9

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Dan Remian 1939 - 2018

Daniel Remian, beloved husband of Martha Marchut, passed away at his Cushing home, following an extended illness, Tuesday, August 7, 2018, with his wife by his side.

Dan was born on May 12, 1939 in…

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Posted on August 10, 2018 at 12:49pm — 5 Comments

LUPC releases draft decision for Carroll Plt Removal

It looks like Carroll Plt will be removed from the Expedited Wind Permitting Area!

Thanks those responsible for Public Law 2015, Chapter 265 which secured the citizens' rights to challenge the expedited designation.

Thanks to all who signed the petition, wrote letters and testified that Carroll should never have been expedited in the first place.…

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Posted on January 30, 2017 at 2:10pm — 4 Comments

*** URGENT *** DEP needs your advice. Comments due at 5pm Monday the 8th.

Here's our chance to help DEP develop more reasonable standards for Wind Energy applications.



        DEP has asked for our input.



                They are giving the people of Maine a voice!




If you've ever complained about how lenient the standards are that Maine imposes on…

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Posted on August 4, 2016 at 10:24am — 2 Comments

Outstanding Comment Opportunity!!!

http://www.maine.gov/tools/whatsnew/attach.php?id=696084&an=1



Pre-rulemaking Draft of Wind Energy Act Standards for Scenic Character, Shadow Flicker, Public Safety, Tangible Benefits, and Decommissioning



Comment deadline: August 8, 2016



The Department of Environmental Protection is seeking comments on a pre-rulemaking draft of a rule that will address certain standards in the… Continue

Posted on July 14, 2016 at 9:50am — 7 Comments

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