IT’S OFFICIAL: BOH to discuss “wind turbine complaints, enforcement” on Monday
KINGSTON- It’s official. The Kingston Board of Health has scheduled a public hearing Monday night to discuss enforcement action to remedy wind turbine complaints about ill-health effects stemming from flicker and infrasound.
The health board office released their agenda this morning, 106 hours before the meeting’s scheduled time. Massachusetts General Laws require 48 hours of notification before a public hearing.
The hearing is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. Monday night in Room 200 of the Kingston Town House. The description on the agenda for Monday’s turbine discussion reads “Public Hearing pertaining to wind turbine complaints and possible enforcement action.”
Monday’s meeting had, originally, been cancelled and rescheduled for January 28th. According to WickedLocal:Kingston reports, BOH Chairman Joe Casna tried to reschedule the meeting after being “contacted by concerned resident Doreen Reilly about postponing the wind turbine discussion.”
On Facebook, Reilly stated that she never asked that the turbine discussion be postponed. WickedLocal:Kingston now reports that Reilly asked Casna to hold the turbine discussion sooner.