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mark cool July 10, 2014 at 09:17 AM
Commenters with fake names (i.e. Blowing Smoke & Ifishy... for example) will likely soon replyRead Moret o this news and continue distractions designed to promote the making of their wind industry illusion (it's quite possible, given their want for anonymity, they are stoolies for the wind industry). As these 'snake-oil salesmen' play out their scam at great expense to resident's health and municipality's budgets, the Mass DEP continues to investigate problematic wind turbine projects across the state. As a matter of FACT, ALL have demonstrated documented noise violation samplings with Kingston the most recent. This illustrates the ridiculousness of these fake named commentators and their ‘gospel’ according to Simeon Chapman.
digger July 10, 2014 at 09:55 AM
Why is the Kingston BOH "waiting to meet on July 21" if the violations were known aboutRead Moreba ck in June and likely late March of 2014? Is this not continued participation in harm? I did check the Kingston Deck Monitor and it has been putting out sound power levels at over 2,000 kws on a consistent basis over the last several weeks.
Blowin Smoke July 10, 2014 at 11:57 AM
Mr. Cool objects to the use of pseudonyms - but only when the author disagrees with him. HeRead Moreroutine ly deletes my posts, but apparently has no problem with his nutty supporters such as "digger" and "northeastEE". Not to mention Frank Haggerty, aka Bill Carson aka Ytreggah..
patricia Gadsby July 05, 2014 at 10:47 AM
The strawberry ice-cream and froza rugoza were a hit! Great Open Day, cool exhibits, lovely gardens Read More(and only the occasional deluge) at the Museums on the Green.
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