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Hammond official denies conflict over wind farm  

Credit:  Watertown Daily Times, www.watertowndailytimes.com 19 September 2010 ~~

HAMMOND – Concerned Residents of Hammond is accusing town Councilman James E. Langtry of having a conflict of interest with a company that wants to build a wind farm in the community.

CROH President Mary E. Hamilton said in a letter to the Town Council that Mr. Langtry’s sister, Susan Dunham, signed a lease with Iberdrola Renewables.

But Mr. Langtry said CROH’s accusation shows the group is “nothing but a bunch of low-down dirty snakes. I haven’t talked to my sister in three years. How can I say anything? I didn’t know anything about any of the things she (Mrs. Hamilton) wrote about.”

Ms. Dunham could not be reached for comment.

According to Mrs. Hamilton, the lease between Iberdrola Renewables and Ms. Dunham, 495 County Route 6, was signed Oct. 9, 2008, and received Dec. 18, 2008, by Iberdrola in Oregon.

Source:  Watertown Daily Times, www.watertowndailytimes.com 19 September 2010

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