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Who slept at the controls while turbines ruined Cape?  

Credit:  www.capecodonline.com 2 June 2011 ~~

I am writing this as a person who has spent 55 years on Cape Cod, having moved six years ago to North Carolina. We stay on Cape a few months a year and love our time there.

We are saddened, shocked and dismayed by what is happening now in regard to the erection of wind turbines. Why was no study done to analyze the effect on nearby property values, citizens’ concerns and health effects? Where was the Cape Cod Commission when 400-foot-tall turbines that change the look of Historic Olde Cape Cod were being built?

Someone needs to take responsibility for this huge failure to protect the beauty of Cape Cod, not to mention its residents.

Janice Carter

Kernersville, N.C.

Source:  www.capecodonline.com 2 June 2011

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