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Thought of 400-foot towers is frightening  

Credit:  www.southcoasttoday.com 19 December 2011 ~~

With the Little Bay Bike Path loop being closed since Nov. 11 for the unannounced clearing of the two turbine sites, the path was finally opened. I recently got a chance to view the site.

The reality of two 400-foot turbines being built in close proximity to residents and the new Wood School is scary. I would strongly suggest to the residents of Fairhaven to take a walk to the Little Bay Bike Path loop and observe the clearing for the turbines and try to visualize two 400-foot turbines operating.

Fairhaven town officials need a reality check about the potential disaster that looms on the horizon.

Steve Bender


Source:  www.southcoasttoday.com 19 December 2011

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