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Desecration of a once beautiful area  

Credit:  The Chatham Daily News, www.chathamdailynews.ca 24 November 2010 ~~

I hadn’t been down the Talbot Trail for a year or two. Recently, I took a trip from Windsor to Ridgetown. What the hell happened? The area has been invaded by hundreds of giant twirling monstrosities.

My heart sank. The incredible number of wind turbines is incredibly industrialized and ugly! What a brutal desecration of a once beautiful area.

My husband and I were thinking of moving up that way once we retired. The drive used to be such a joyous cruise through the beautiful countryside and we felt peaceful and at home. Now I just wanted to get out of there.

How could C-K council have let this happen? Are all the residents happy about this? Truly a disturbing thing to witness.

Maureen Anderson

Source:  The Chatham Daily News, www.chathamdailynews.ca 24 November 2010

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