Concerns about wind developers
To the Editor:
In comparing letters to the editor by Dr. Albert Aniel and Arthur Boivin on May 18 in the Rumford Falls Times:
Dr. Aniel's reasoning, research and concern in the interest of everyone seem to be met with deaf and uncaring ears.
While Mr. Boivin may be concerned and may have reason to think that the landowners should be allowed to earn money for the lease of their land, we should also be concerned about everyone else's health, neglecting those who cannot sell their homes, their cottages or their property in the same vicinities.
Exchanging Dr. Aniel's reasoning for preventing this calamity in exchange for a few jobs and monetary value, are we giving our mountains, forests and wildlife -- the destruction of our land -- to developers who care less about our jobs, tax revenues, our way of life and our environment. The reason is for monetary value as none of them live here.