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Wind farm debate wreaks havoc on once tight-knit communities  

Credit:  By JOHN KASTNER, The Beacon Herald, www.stratfordbeaconherald.com 24 September 2010 ~~

It is apropos that the Stratford Fall Fair, which started last night, sees itself as a way to bring the country to the city because, apparently, there is still some work to be done.


There was a packed meeting in Clinton recently where as many as 1,000 people showed up, the majority of them opposed to wind farms because of the possible adverse effect windmills have on human health.

Farmers, on the other hand, are largely advocates of wind energy as they see wind-mills as a source of income.

Source:  By JOHN KASTNER, The Beacon Herald, www.stratfordbeaconherald.com 24 September 2010

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