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Credit: Sun Journal,
8 March 2012 ~~
I attended a showing of Windfall, a movie at Dirigo High School on March 4. Approximately 100 people came to watch this documentary of turbines in a small town.
Only one public figure attended – Rep. Sheryl Briggs.
Where are the selectmen? Town managers? It seems no one cares about the 300-plus property owners within two miles of Colonel Holman Mountain in Dixfield.
Alice McKay Barnett, Carthage
8 March 2012
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