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Wind production too good to be true  

Credit:  Palladium-Item | November 17, 2016 | www.pal-item.com ~~

Do you support paying higher taxes and utility rates so big corporations can gain max profit? If you had an electrical generation plant move into your community, would you submit and conform to the will of the few? Would you sign a gag order in exchange for money and lose your health and home equity?

Don’t expect citizens to give up their rights of quiet enjoyment and the right to protect our families from industrial wind production.

If all the higher electrical rates, production credits, subsidy entitlement payouts to harvest the wind were removed, if the government would stop the $176 billion for green subsidies, doubt a single industrial wind “farm” would be built.

Electrical generation plant in your back yard? That is a comparable size of industrial generation being pushed into our communities.

Contracts and gag orders: Wind contracts are designed to ensure they profit at all cost and ensure you remain silent. Just because they show you a small contract now, it does not release you to the onslaught of obligatory language or contracts to follow.

You think turbine blade tip speeds at 180 mph generating 2.0 MW is quiet as a refrigerator? No health effects or loss of property value? Get a health and property guaranty contract!

Lots of promises of big money to schools and counties. Does it sound too good to be true?

Don’t expect others to be silent for your taxpayer subsidies, entitlement wind profits or local government payouts.

Kelly Wilson


Source:  Palladium-Item | November 17, 2016 | www.pal-item.com

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