Does anyone know of any good studies about wind turbines and dBC? I need to pass this on to folks who are working towards an ordinance out in Western Maine. Some people in the group are saying an…Continue
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Bethel, Newry, Greenwood, and Woodstock met last night to discuss implementing a regional wind power ordinance. The question on the table right now is how to create an ordinance that will not affecta…Continue
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SUMNER — A June 6 date has been set for the people of Sumner to decide whether to institute a temporary ban on wind farms.
The selectmen unanimously accepted a recommendation from the Planning Board on Tuesday that a special town meeting be held to vote on a six-month moratorium for wind farms.
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The BEP will hear Rufus Brown argue in appeal of the proposed Woodstock Maine industrial wind development this Thursday, February 3. The BEP staff will start the meeting at 10 AM rather than 8 AM because of the weather. In the event that State Offices are delayed beyond the 10:00 o’clock timeframe the Board meeting will also be delayed to that new time.
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I need your help. PR rep Tom Carroll stated in public that only 3 people in Woodstock had complained about noise. Do you have info to disprove this claim?
You have good reasons to be alarmed. From the day Patriots Renewables entered town hall promoting their project, the officials representing Woodstock have done everything in their power to facilitate this project. They have ignored the town's comprehensive plan and have allowed an increase in sound levels to areas near the proposed turbines. They have played on people's fear of losing the school if the project is not allowed to proceed. I was told any actions regarding ordinances could only take place during the annual town meeting and not at a called- for special town meeting.
The strategy pursued by the few managing your town is obvious, get the project up, secure the money to be used under their control and screw the citizens.