Kingston Wind Aware hosts forum to educate community
The Reillys say they can hear the sound or vibrations from the turbines in town even in a basement room, where they thought they would be insulated from the noise. They would like the turbine to be shut down at night.
While the Reillys aren't experiencing other symptoms, they've been warned that other symptoms can develop over time.
June 15, 2012
by Kathryn Gallerani
in Wicked Local Kingston
KINGSTON - The adverse health affects of living near industrial wind turbines can include migraines, heart palpitations, sleep disturbance, vertigo and depression, according to a list of physical and mental health impacts presented by panelists at last week's Kingston Wind Aware forum, held at Kingston Intermediate School.
The panel consisted of Wind Wise Massachusetts steering committee member Eleanor Tillinghast, who is also the founder of Green Berkshires; healthcare professional Preston Ribnick; Dr. John Cowl; and Falmouth resident Kathryn Elder, who shared her story of how a nearby wind turbine has affected her.
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