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Research wind turbines on site, not miles away  

Credit:  www.saukvalley.com 12 July 2012 ~~

The best way to research the pros and cons of life near a wind complex is to visit such an area. As usual, experience is the best teacher. There are those in authority who will try to tell you that you cannot or should not research in this way. I know this has happened in one county.

Don’t be intimidated. You have the right to see firsthand what is happening around existing turbine complexes – especially if you are on the county or the zoning board.

A short trip into the county line area where Lee and Bureau counties meet will open your eyes to life near wind turbines. See how you would feel about living near these turbines; talk to those who have experienced a lower quality of life because of the turbines.

Perhaps you may witness shadow flicker. If the turbines are spinning, you may be able to witness the “whoosh, whoosh” sound or, in some cases, the continuous jet airplane sound. This
is happening in my community; it could very easily happen near you.

Residents who are against the invasion of turbines into our lives are trying very hard to prove our point in legal and civil ways – writing letters to newspapers, speaking at hearings, and holding calm discussions. In a panic after our objections, others have trespassed on property to remove “no wind turbines” signs, have showed up at places of business to rant and rave at workers there who do not agree with them, and have threatened to withdraw their business in retribution.

Don’t believe everything you hear or read. Go to the “scene of the crime” and see for yourself what it is like and whether you would be willing to live this way. Do not let others tell you what you cannot research.

Marcia Ann Thompson, Ohio

Source:  www.saukvalley.com 12 July 2012

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