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Windwise Fairhaven Hosts Open House

December 1, 2012

caduceus medical symbolWhile people enjoy downtown holiday shopping in Fairhaven on Saturday, December 8th, Windwise will be sharing health information at the Northeast Maritime Institute at 32 Washington Street. The Open House runs from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Resources by and for health professionals will be available, along with data on property value decline and other impacts on communities.

Fairhaven's turbines loom behind the Stop & Shop (right side) parking lot

Fairhaven’s turbines loom behind the parking lot for Stop & Shop (on right)

The drop-in hours give townsfolk a convenient opportunity to pick up information sheets, share experiences, and exchange details about health and economic impacts of Fairhaven’s twin turbines.

Canadian researcher Carmen Krogh calls wind-afflicted residents the “new experts” because they are the ones who know what havoc wind turbines wreak on households and communities.

Listen to a preview of Saturday’s event on Phil Paleologos’s show on Tuesday, December 4, from 5:10 to 6:00 pm, when “More than Just Talk” highlights the information exchange on WBSM radio 1420 AM. The show is an opportunity for questions and comments from turbine neighbors who may want to know more about possible adverse health impacts. Call in 508-996-0500.

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