The vote was 3-2 to increase energy production so that the turbines aren't losing the town money, the Times reports.
The decision, while it "doesn't eliminate the certain challenges that remain for both" selectmen and turbine neighbors, is still "a win," writes one Patch user in our Speak Out section. (Read "A Win for the Community's conscience.")
What do you think of the selectmen's decision? Was it a compromise with neighbors who have complained about the turbines, or a cop-out that leaves the town facing more trouble to come? Tell us in the comments.