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Wind farms ruining beautiful Montana scenery  

Credit:  Billings Gazette | billingsgazette.com ~~

I was born and raised in Wheatland County and I agree with Tom Hayden. Somehow they must put a stop to the wind farms. They are not only a risk to the wildlife, but they are ruining some of the most beautiful scenery in Montana.

When I drive from Harlo to Lewistown and look out to the mountains where my dad was born, it makes me sick to see those ugly windmills. My dad must turn in his grave to see what they have done to those once beautiful sites of mountains. And now they want to add more ugly within two miles along the river.

Please everyone support Hayden and get this stopped. How would the governor of Montana like this ugly in his back yard?

Jean Drinkwalter


Source:  Billings Gazette | billingsgazette.com

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