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Wind turbines mean a devalued lifestyle  

Wind farms bring a devalued lifestyle. It seems to me that the energy companies, politicians and the rich construction companies do not care what we think. They seem to choose the middle-class areas and under for their proposed sites and build them there. I never see these wind farms around the ritzier areas.

If they were so great to have around, why don’t they live next to them? Our township sold us out too. Our chairperson along with a couple others on the town board do not live next to these things.

They create noise, have a shadow effect on houses, and upon further research you will find they actually do not do much for the environment. They are something no one wants to live around in a quiet country setting. All this fuss they create is about making money.

They will keep doing this as long as no one says anything.

Dan and Julie Gullickson


Fond du Lac Reporter

6 April 2008

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