Credit: Mansfield News Journal |
May 2, 2015 |
As I become more knowledgeable about the wind turbine park that is being proposed in Greenwich, the more concerned I become about how this will impact our tranquil and peaceful community. The turbines will cover 4,650 acres of land. They will be almost 500 feet tall, and the noise will cause health problems on our residents. In addition, the turbines will kill birds and bats that help us manage bugs and pests. Once these turbines are erected, our property values will go down, and it will be almost impossible to sell our homes.
As a community, we must continue to fight this for-profit wind farm developer from destroying our land.
Mansfield News Journal |
May 2, 2015 |
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