Peru Massachusetts Wind Turbines

Residential homes near Garnet Hill Peru
Residential homes near Garnet Hill Peru
Peru, Massachusetts is installing commercial megawatt wind turbines. There may be as many as 200 residential homes around the massive commercial wind turbines the size of 747s . Massachusetts has declared war on fossil fuels but is taking residential property rights from its citizens. If you know anyone in Peru, Massachusetts tell them to sell their homes before its too late. The state will stop at nothing. Here is a map of Garnet Hill in Peru .See if you know anyone over there ...
Janet Sinclair January 01, 2014 at 10:27 PM
Hello Bill, Right now there is an application for a special permit and variances submitted to the Peru ZBA. So it's not yet a done deal.
Bill Carson January 01, 2014 at 10:58 PM
Governor Deval Patrick and his administration have set a goal of developing 2,000 megawatts of wind energy capacity by 2020. The Massachusetts Democratic Platform calls for "an all out war on fossil fuels." Massachusetts has a history in Fairhaven,Falmouth, Scituate and Kingston of creating noise issues with a minimum of 50 residential homes per installation .The State of Massachusetts has never examined one person of over one thousand certified in writing noise complaints. The wind contractors come in with their bogus studies that contain no negative information and promises of the Yellow Brick Road on the way to the Emerald City (renewable energy city green) ,The residents of Peru have to be warned of what's already happened in Massachusetts and the people that are sick. The turbines take a toll on the residents because of the types of noise from the turbines .They can't sleep well at night .Believe me if you had seen the residents around the Falmouth wind turbines three years ago and today they look like they aged 10 years. This is no game . These people in all these towns have been complaining for three years and the stories are all the same. We need to pray for the victims
Bill Carson January 02, 2014 at 08:31 AM
The bottom line is commercial wind turbine contractors are the only ones who make the money and lots of it. In three years with the renewable energy credits they double their investment. They become Snake Oil salesmen because of the high profit. Don't drink the Cool Aid they move much faster than you think
Dale Murrish January 03, 2014 at 05:54 PM
We stayed at the Pheasant Country Inn Bed & Breakfast near Fowler, Indiana a few years ago. There are many wind turbines installed on the farmland nearby. The farmers get ~$5000 per year for the use of their land, if I remember right. Some people like windmills (mostly those who don’t live by them); some others think they are a blight on the landscape, even the flat northern Indiana farmland (beautiful, in my opinion, as are the windmills from a distance). http://www.pheasantcountryinn.com/
Dale Murrish January 03, 2014 at 05:54 PM
Didn’t talk to any of the farmers – the lady who ran the B&B said many of them didn’t get as much annual rent for them as they could have. Windmills also kill a lot of birds and will wear out someday. Definitely a Not in My Backyard green energy solution with both pluses and minuses, in my opinion. Some people in Troy do not even want tall billboards next to the freeway because of the loss of aesthetics!
Bill Carson January 03, 2014 at 07:06 PM
The residential home owners in Massachusetts don't get any money at all. The wind turbine contractors came into towns with the blessing of Massachusetts state officials and placed commercial wind turbines in some cases under 900 feet from residential homes .They are taking the constitutional residential property rights of the citizens of Massachusetts . The Governor of Massachusetts Gov Patrick has close ties with the wind company called First Wind .President Obama has appointed people from First Wind in his administration. The wind industry is taking over our homes in Massachusetts
Dale Murrish January 04, 2014 at 09:01 AM
Sounds like Massachusetts could use some of Mark Levin's proposed constitutional reforms. For starters, maybe some Republican leaders in this deep blue state! America needs some reforms to get back to the written Constitution with amendments. In my opinion, former Reagan Administration Justice Department attorney Mark Levin has some good proposals to get us started: http://troy.patch.com/groups/dale-murrishs-blog/p/levins-liberty-amendments--adopt-modify-or-discard


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