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Credit:  Bangor Daily News, www.bangordailynews.com ~~

I fail to understand why the permitting process for wind turbine projects is moving forward despite the negative information concerning industrial wind “farms” that continues to be unearthed each and every day.

Developers have been exposed over and over again as untruthful, and scientists have discovered the detrimental effects of turbines on people’s health and the environment worldwide.

Increasingly, the people of Maine do not want 400-foot-tall turbines installed on our mountains, yet the permits move forward. We really need to slow down and take a better look before it is too late and our mountaintops are irreversibly ruined.

Bob Brooks

Source:  Bangor Daily News, www.bangordailynews.com

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