Credit: BY ALEC JOHNSON, REPUBLICAN-AMERICAN,
17 July 2011 ~~
COLEBROOK – The group opposed to the construction of six wind turbines approved by the Connecticut Siting Council last month has appealed the council’s decision.
FairwindCT, a grass-roots organization that has rallied the community and provided funds to fight the wind power projects proposed by BNE Energy of West Hartford, announced Saturday they are ready to continue their fight.
Nicholas J. Harding, the group’s attorney, on Saturday morning sat in the center of Fairwind supporter Sukey Wagner’s living room flanked by about 20 local residents who came to ask questions and hear about the future of the fight.
BY ALEC JOHNSON, REPUBLICAN-AMERICAN,
17 July 2011
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