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Falmouth is placing money before health of citizens  

Credit:  www.capecodonline.com 31 May 2012 ~~

I attended the Falmouth Board of Health meeting May 24 and listened to more than just a few neighbors of the wind turbines.

Their descriptions of the suffering they are going through due to the closeness of the turbines to their homes was very upsetting. More than upsetting when one considers they are being subjected to this due to the greed and unwillingness of the town government to admit a mistake was made and to acknowledge the validity of the claims.

Waiting for scientific studies and peer review while the victims sit before you is a crime against the citizens of this town; in essence they are being called liars. To argue it is OK to sacrifice a few for the many for the global footprint is a sham. To place money before the health of people is a disgrace. These are real people, and to not listen to them and not act on their behalf to protect their health and well-being is a crime against humanity.

The town has lost site of the health and well being of its citizens. The proof of harm is in the stories told at that meeting. Turn the turbines off.

Robert Sagerman

East Falmouth

Source:  www.capecodonline.com 31 May 2012

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