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Health is too high a price for sharing the burden  

Credit:  Cape Cod Times, www.capecodonline.com 30 April 2011 ~~

In response to Lawrence Dings’ April 26 letter: I am well aware that we need to share the burden and am willing to do that, but not at the expense of some people’s health and well-being.

These 400-foot turbines should not be placed in residential areas. They should be placed far away from neighborhoods. Why should some neighborhoods shoulder the health problems and environmental problems that go along with these massive turbines without even being able to vote on them, when others (like the letter writer) will not be affected negatively? It isn’t fair, and it isn’t right.

Dings should think of his neighbors the next time he writes an editorial regarding something that’s not in his neighborhood.

Christa Dulude

Brewster

Source:  Cape Cod Times, www.capecodonline.com 30 April 2011

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