Do these turbines comply with the by-laws?

Isn't it time for all all to pull together for a healthier future?

We import over 90% of our electricity here in New England. Our kettle ponds are polluted with mercury . We have the worst air quality in the state of Massachusetts.

I would like to express my gratitude for the opportunity to comment in support of the proposed turbines for Brewster at the Planning Board Hearing on February 9.

The task at hand is: Do these turbines comply with the by-laws?

This well-sited project has been extensively studied and the parties involved have done their due-diligence. In order for wind energy to move forward on the Cape and Islands we need projects like Brewster's to provide examples of successful renewable energy installations and to help build momentum for clean, emission-free energy here in our community.

We import over 90% of our electricity here in New England. Our kettle ponds are polluted with mercury . We have the worst air quality in the state of Massachusetts.

One speaker emphasized the pride she would feel knowing that people travel to Cape Cod because we have a commitment to green energy. I couldn't agree more. I have lived on the Cape for twenty-five years and I want our community to benefit from wind power for generations to come. Please allow this worthy project to move forward.

Sarah Cote, Sandwich

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