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    posted:  July 4, 2007
    California, EssaysPrint storyE-mail story

    Source:  Alexandra Weit

    Wind energy — do you believe everything that you've been told?

    For 25 years we’ve been told what a significant contribution wind energy could and is making to our energy supply. Since most people have little knowledge of how the electrical system works, they are being misled as to the benefits, merits and capabilities of wind power, unfortunately, most have believed what they have been told. As a homeowner in the Pass for 30 years, and familiar with the wind patterns, I had reservations as to all the amounts of power . . .

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    posted:  November 27, 2006
    California, LettersPrint storyE-mail story

    Source:  Les Starks, Palm Springs, California

    2400 Acre Windfarm Will Destroy the Scenic Beauty of Mt. San Jacinto and Snow Creek

    One of the most breathtakingly beautiful mountain areas in the California desert at the western entrance of the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument is facing the very real possibility of being destroyed by a giant windfarm. This land is under the jurisdiction of The Riverside County Board of Supervisors, many of whom received large campaign contributions from windmill developers. The first letter below asks the city of Palm Springs mayor and city council for support for the . . .

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