Watch documentary, then see what board thinks
The Webster’s Dictionary defines “anecdotal” as a short, entertaining account of some event. How wonderful for the writer of the editorial in the Aug. 9 Daily Gazette that he/she doesn’t have to include his/her name and town like I do.
Exactly what is entertaining about the devastating effects of these monstrosities that law-abiding, taxpaying rural residents are being forced to try to live with? Apparently the writer hasn’t seen the documentary “Windfall,” which will be shown at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Sterling Public Library, wherein he/she can be entertained with the “anecdotal” accounts of lives destroyed by these abominations.
Don’t give me that garbage about jobs. Mainstream will bring in their own specialized workers. Local people might be hired for the “grunt” work, but it will end. It takes very few workers to maintain once they’re constructed.
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