Help save our state from wind turbines
What the Siting Council chose to do in response to the new law was to create wind regulations based upon industry favorable siting requirements. States that have accepted development of wind turbines in populated areas are spending much time and money on the effects on neighbors who are truly suffering day to day.
July 20, 2012
by Timothy C. Reilly
in Middletown Press
Attention Planning and Zoning Commissioners and all residents across the state of Connecticut. There is an important public hearing on July 24 at 3 p.m. at the Siting Council offices in New Britain.
And if you care about local town control and protecting your individual property rights, you will be there.
If the Connecticut Siting Council has its way soon, you will have the opportunity to have a 500-foot tall industrial wind turbine and many others beside it only a mere 550 feet from your property. And there will not be a thing you can do about it, other than... [continue via Web link]