‘Reconsider this abominable bill'
Legislators, such as Senate President Murray, seem to be comfortable with the notion that we have a moral responsibility to pursue wind energy and that obliterating the quality of life - or the hopes and dreams and 30 years of love, sweat and tears that have been invested in making a house a "home" - is the price we must pay to achieve "energy independence."
Easy for them to say - especially since they aren't the ones paying the price.
July 25, 2010
by Eric Bibler
in Wicked Local Plymouth
Save Our Seashore is a group of Wellfleet residents and nonresident taxpayers who fought to convince the town of Wellfleet to reconsider its plan to install a 410-foot industrial wind turbine in the heart of the National Seashore. On March 30, the Wellfleet Board of Selectmen voted unanimously to abandon the project.
Two weeks ago, I joined approximately 50 people from all over the state of Massachusetts who had gathered together in an attempt to convince members of the Massachusetts House of Representatives to vote against the Wind Energy Siting Reform Act (WESRA). The Massachusetts Senate, led by Senate President Therese... [continue via Web link]