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Protesters picket meeting  

Credit:  The Advance, blissfieldadvance.com 25 January 2011 ~~

Representatives and members of Great Lakes Wind LLC, Excelon, members of the Palmyra planning commission, and other visitors were greeted by protesters when they held a community meeting Tuesday, Jan. 18 to discuss the proposed wind turbine installation. “Go home Excelon!” was the common phrase shouted at the cars entering the Legion Hall parking lot off Adrian Street. There were 13 protesters in all.

For the full story on the meeting and protest, please see Mike McHone’s Page 1 story in the Jan. 26, 2011, edition of The Advance. To subscribe for the continuing coverage of the local wind energy issue, please call 517-486-2400.

Source:  The Advance, blissfieldadvance.com 25 January 2011

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