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Wind power speculators an ‘invasive species’  

Credit:  Kennebec Journal, www.kjonline.com 18 April 2011 ~~

There’s a noxious, invasive species spreading through the state called wind power speculators.

And they’re ready to quickly spread to any hilltop that can gather the necessary local, state and federal subsidies. They’ve been spotted in many Upper Kennebec Valley communities, where they threaten the local population’s peace and their precarious lifestyles.

If you spot these parasites, quickly pull them up by their roots and fight their further spread.

Michael Vernon

Brighton Plantation

Source:  Kennebec Journal, www.kjonline.com 18 April 2011

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