Wind Turbines

Isn’t it funny how when the wind turbines are going to go by my house where I’ll have to look at them each day, put up with them, and see them constantly out my front room window, many don’t have the gumption to sign a petition. It might offend their neighbor or friend.
Had a phone call from a man from Houston, Minn., who said all the turbines in Minnesota are sickening to look at. You can hardly see the stars anymore. Your neighborhood doesn’t realize what they’re getting into.
I bet if the turbines were across from their house, making that constant “whoosh” noise, turning almost constantly, it would be an entirely different story.
Once the turbines are installed, they will be up all over the county. Maybe you will have to look at them across from you next and see the constant blinking lights.
Do your due diligence and go to Toronto, Canada, wind turbine site on the Internet. Read what the public has to say about them and the affect on people’s health living near them.
Remember, these are 500’ high versus 380’ like the White Lake area.
Mary Ann Blindauer
Letcher

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