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|Community Article 11286: 17-Jun-18
TOO TALL, TOO CLOSE, TOO LOUD: Windmill Controversy Arises in Monitor
By: Dave Rogers
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On August 15, 2018
at 04:18 AM
I have a turbine in my section. It is South of my house. It is approximately 2000 ft. from my property. No objectionable noise and don't even notice blinking light. Many of those against the wind turbines agree that we need more energy. They have offered nothing positive. They have turned down the expansion of the existing power plant, which was all set to go for expansion with coal. No one wants a nuclear plant and gas fired turbines are expensive to operate. So what is their suggestion for a positive solution to our power need? By the way, I do get a stipend from the owner of the turbine even though it is not on my property.
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