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Hy-Line is cashing in at expense of Cape Cod  

Credit:  Cape Cod Times, www.capecodonline.com 27 March 2011 ~~

I find it hard to fathom the fact that Hy-Line is going to do cruises of an industrial wind turbine complex.

Turning Nantucket Sound into a freak show of wind turbines when there are many better wind energy alternatives and Hy-Line cashing in on it is very sad indeed. And eventually they’ll be able to take people to see the rusting hulks they become out on our beautiful Sound. Next thing we hear they’ll be scheduling the wind turbines on the north rim of Grand Canyon and they’ll have burro rides to see those turbines!

America the Beautiful – probably not for long with people like Cape Wind and Hy-Line!

Barbara Gates

Denver, Colo.

Source:  Cape Cod Times, www.capecodonline.com 27 March 2011

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