Request for Environmental Impact Statement based on Shirley Wind farm in Wisconsin

Paul Schomer, PHD, P.E. Member; Board Certified, Institute of Noise Control wrote a letter to the Environmental Analysis and Review Coordinator of Wisconsin, expressing the need for an Environmental Impact Statement based on the Shirley Wind Farm Study.
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3 responses to “Request for Environmental Impact Statement based on Shirley Wind farm in Wisconsin

  1. Massachusetts now has four towns ,Fairhaven, Falmouth, Scituate and Kingston with thousands of noise complaints. The same noise complaints that are reported around the world near industrial megawatt wind turbines . The issue is infra sound and or low frequency sound making people sick world wide.

    Massachusetts has a renewable energy goal of 2000 megawatts of power by 2020. A state semi quasi agency that spent millions to site megawatt turbines in residenially zoned location by special permit or any way possible .

    The state of Massachusetts thinks thousands of people are some how in a mass hysteria over commercial wind turbines noise and is stalling looking at the real issue of the health of our citizens .

    My opinion is there are now many tests and confirmations over the wind turbine sickness .The state of Massachusetts has invested millions of taxpayer dollars into the land based commercial wind turbine projects around the state .The politicians ,semi quasi agencies and environmental groups are looking at their own positions they took over the last ten years . THEY MADE A MISTAKE !

    The politicians need to listen to the thousands of complaints .The people aren’t going away as they had hoped .The situation has only grown worse by the day as more people come forward to air their noise complaints

    Massachusetts was once the cradle of liberty maybe its time for another Tea Party ?

    • I made a FOISA and EISR request to every NGO in Scotland with the HPA an Environment Agency in Englan and Wales for accurate details on scientific and medical field studies conducted, commissioned or financed. The Chief Medical Officer for Scotland actually said that he had consulted the above-mentioned agancies for accurate and current information in an attempt to diceive our organisation. However, when legally challenged they ALL had to admit that they had NOT conducted, commissioned or financed any scientific or medical field study or testing at any Industrial Wind Farm site anywhere in Scotland. The Health Protection Agency and the Environment Agency that are responsible for England and Wales bot clearl admitted that they had NOT conducted, commissioned or financed any scientific or medical field studies or testing at any Industrial Wind Farm Site anywhere in England and Wales.

      So anytime you see either of these agencies claim there is no risk to Human Health from IWT’s, you can make a formal complaint to the Police as they are presenting false, misleading and fraudulent information. You can download the letters from Residents Against Turbines Scotland website.
      Regards
      George Watson
      Residents Against Turbines Scotland

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