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County board does not represent the people  

It seems obvious that the county board does not represent the people. They have slapped the faces of a lot of the residents in the wind farm matter. I am one who would profit from the two wind towers that I signed up for; but had I known that most of my neighbors would be against them, I would not have signed up.

Wind towers are probably a good idea, but they should be located where there aren’t so many houses around them.

It’s too bad the county board can only see development and money, and are unconcerned about the people they supposedly represent.

Ronald Schrader


The Journal-Standard

24 May 2007


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