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    Source:  Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter

    Talk on effects of wind turbines set  

    Source:  Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter | Environment, Health, Wisconsin

    CHILTON – A public information meeting on life near wind turbines will be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 1 at the Engler Auditorium at Chilton High School in Chilton.

    The event, which is hosted by Calumet County Citizens for Responsible Energy, is free and open to the public.

    Dr. Nina Pierpont, a pediatrician, will speak on the “wind turbine syndrome” and the health effects of wind turbines on humans. Dr. Richard Bolton, a physicist and president of the Environmental Compliance Alliance, will talk about the environmental impact of wind turbine noise on humans and wildlife.

    Both Pierpont and Bolton will give their presentations in a teleconference.

    Other speakers are being scheduled.

    Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter

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