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Can you spare a cup of coffee?  

Credit:  Falmouth Patch | May 6, 2013 | falmouth.patch.com ~~

The summer is just around the corner and once again Falmouth will become the jewel of the cape with its beautiful beaches , interesting shops and miles of peaceful bike paths. Growing up, I always looked forward to going to Falmouth. Crossing over “the bridge “ was a passage to carefree and tranquility. Unfortunately a dark cloud is hanging over the community of Falmouth and until the cloud is removed there will never be tranquility. The dark cloud is all the noise and confusion surrounding the wind turbines. As a proud Falmouth resident, I think the issue can be boiled down to three simple points; (1) at no fault of their own certain Falmouth residents are suffering , (2) the Board of Selectman and Finance Committee endorse the removal of the turbines and (3) For the price of 2 cups of coffee per month voters can fix a mistake and move forward.

So it begs the question, will the voters of Falmouth “ Do The Right Things “ and spare a cup of coffee?

Eric Sockol

819 West Falmouth Highway

West Falmouth, MA

Source:  Falmouth Patch | May 6, 2013 | falmouth.patch.com

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