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They've gone far enough 

Credit:  www.tehachapinews.com 9 June 2011 ~~

I am very concerned about the windmill situation, especially the Pahnamid project and where they want to put it.

Wind power is a good thing but not when it destroys the natural beauty of the land. They’ve gone far enough in the Tehachapis. I’ve heard from a reliable source that several fires have been caused by windmills, also.

If these foreign investors are so intent on investing in wind energy, let them put the windmills in their country. Austria, for instance. Money talks, but sometimes in the wrong way.
And now we have PG&E – what’s next?

—Betty Schriber

Source:  www.tehachapinews.com 9 June 2011

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