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HUDSON – The Planning Board has voted not to support a Hudson High School student’s proposed zoning amendment that would allow wind turbines in town. Town Planner Jennifer Burke said the April 1 decision reflected board members’ feeling that Russell Durrenberger, 15, didn’t sufficiently consult with town officials, including the police and fire chiefs, and residents who might want to comment on the effects of the power-generating turbines before drafting a warrant article for next month’s Town Meeting. Durrenberger’s article was taken from another Massachusetts town and needs to be tailored to fit Hudson’s zoning codes, she said. His father, Mark Durrenberger, said Russell intends to press forward with his campaign to seek support for the proposal at Town Meeting. – John Dyer

The Boston Globe

13 April 2008

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