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Turbines are thieves cloaked in ‘green’  

Credit:  www.southcoasttoday.com 2 October 2012 ~~

There are two thieves lurking high above the town of Fairhaven, disguised in green they loom over our schools, our neighborhoods and our friends. They have stolen our serenity our solitude and our peace of mind. These thieves have swiped our town’s historic skyline and quaint character.

They slithered into our neighborhood in a “low-key” manner through back rooms and executive sessions. Our neighboring towns knew of the thieves and locked their doors tightly. In our town, these thieves befriended those we entrusted to represent us and those same representatives opened our doors widely and handed over the keys to our well-being.

These thieves and their dangerous ways were well known and ignored by those who should have protected us because for them there was much to be gained. We will take solace in knowing that their terrorizing of our neighborhoods won’t be forever, because what can’t be stolen is the perseverance, drive and determination of those they have stolen from. Each and every day as more are robbed of what is dear to them their thievery becomes more and more unveiled.

We will continue to confront these swindlers, these cons, these thieves, and run them out of town on a rail! And then we’ll be returned what has been taken from us, and is rightfully ours, our serenity our solitude and our peace of mind.

John Methia


Source:  www.southcoasttoday.com 2 October 2012

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