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Wind farms will destroy the Highlands  

Credit:  The Inverness Courier, www.inverness-courier.co.uk 11 January 2011 ~~

Sir, I’d like to respond to Rory Gilfinnan’s concerns about changing governments’ lack of attention to a growing and evolving Inverness.

If an SNP government remains in power after the next Scottish elections, there will be no need to be concerned about Inverness and the surrounding area’s progression.

With the SNP’s current determination to obliterate the Highlands with major wind farms, there will be no more tourists.

And I fear a population decrease will be on the cards as I, for one, would not wish to remain in a landscape destroyed by ruthless industrialisation.

So yes, please consider, in the greatest depth, who will receive your vote in May.

Denise Davis, White House, Ardblair.

Source:  The Inverness Courier, www.inverness-courier.co.uk 11 January 2011

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