Do you fish, hunt, hike, ski, boat, snowmobile or just simply enjoy the mountain views in Grafton County? If so, you need to be aware of the next few wind projects as they could affect you.
Have some of you have missed the two-way dialog put forth by wind developers? The truth is wind developers haven’t spoken in months, perhaps it’s because four communities have taken a “Not A Willing Host” stance.
Many of you have been asking NHWindWatch.org: What have the wind developers been up to? Are they waiting for summer residents to leave before making another announcement? Do they feel they even owe area residents a more complete explanation of their plans or how their plans will affect our property values, regional wildlife or our watersheds?
Many of you are starting to question – who are we accommodating here?
After all, it’s our property investment rights that are in question here and with all due respect we were here first. We’re talking about sweat equity! And we know the concentration of four wind farms, in a 15 mile radius, will surely impact us all. There’s ample land out there across New Hampshire – we know we’ve done our part – so go somewhere else!
One thing is for sure – developers are not speaking. Why? What are they hiding? Are they changing their plans? Are they proposing taller turbines? More turbines? More wind farms? Or all the above?
We were all stunned by last falls announcements – will this fall be a repeat? I fear it will be…
Newfound Lake and the Mount Cardigan area is surely under attack… that much we know.
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