Gap in Representation: Why Do Selectmen Hesitate Closing Multiple Wind Turbine Lawsuits

Gap in Representation: Why Do Selectmen Hesitate Closing Multiple Wind Turbine Lawsuits

Falmouth MA – September 25, 2017

Penned and forwarded to me by a friend who chooses to remain anonymous, but poses the question to Falmouth’s 31,000 tax payers.

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Falmouth MA  – September 25, 2017

Penned and forwarded to me by a friend who chooses to remain anonymous, but poses the question to Falmouth’s 31,000 tax payers.

The resolve to withdraw the three non-money damages cases, proclaimed by town officials as being ‘moot’ after Judge Moriarty’s nuisance determination and the Board of Selectmen’s decision not to appeal, has suddenly waned.

September 25th’s Board of Selectmen’s executive session was suppose to have closed at least three legal actions surrounding the town-owned machines. Yet, after the board reconvened for public meeting, the alleged new era of local government transparency never witnessed a public notification of the withdrawal of three ‘moot’ cases associated with the turbines.

One would think it reasonable, after seven years of community strife, that Selectmen would welcome any opportunity to give the Community hope of closure, and in the coined words of Chairwoman Moran, a glimmer of “Moving On”…

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