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BOH endorses ‘special commission’ to study adverse heath impacts from turbines, notifies governor

TOWN HOUSE- Kingston’s Board of Health (BOH) has unanimously voted to endorse state legislation to further investigate the possible adverse health impacts of wind turbines, prompting a written BOH letter in support of the legislation sent to Governor Deval Patrick. The pending house bill (House Bill No. 2048) would create a “special More...

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By Bradford Randall On Friday, July 19th, 2013
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“WE BRIBED ‘EM” [NEW VIDEO] Mark Beaton gloats about bribing

CARVER- Mark Beaton, an ex-Kingston Selectman and the acting-Chairman of Kingston’s Green Energy Committee (GEC), gloats about bribing during a recently-publicized 2012 clip from a Carver public-access More...

By Bradford Randall On Thursday, July 18th, 2013
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“NOTHING TO HIDE:” New-look BOS intensify focus on Mark Beaton, Green Energy Comm.

“We’re communicating, we’ve got nothing to hide. I’ve showed you all the numbers. I’m not trying to hoodwink anybody.” -Green Energy Committee Chairman Mark Beaton TOWN HOUSE- The Kingston Board More...

By Bradford Randall On Tuesday, July 16th, 2013
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WHO’S THE BOSS? Jack Breen, Toni Cushman express frustrations with Planning Board

TOWN HOUSE- As the Kingston Wind Independence (KWI) Turbine stands idle—in need of repairs after a direct strike from a lightening bolt—some Board of Health (BOH) members are publicly voicing fears that More...

By Bradford Randall On Tuesday, July 16th, 2013
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Lightning strike sets back KWI sound study

TOWN HOUSE- A mid-summers lightening strike on the Kingston Wind Independence (KWI) Turbine is now stalling the much-anticipated taxpayer funded acoustical study on the town’s most controversial turbine. “We More...

By admin On Monday, July 8th, 2013
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ACCESS DENIED: Casna explains why The Journal wasn’t allowed to film BOH meeting

TOWN HOUSE- Joe Casna may have some explaining to do after he violated the Open Meeting Law and barred the Journal’s own Bradford Randall from filming a public meeting between the Board of Selectmen (BOS) More...

By Bradford Randall On Tuesday, June 25th, 2013
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[VIDEO] Planning Board wants flicker regulation, sending turbine debate to town meeting

TOWN HOUSE- Kingston’s center of political gravity, the Planning Board, is sending the ongoing debate about shadow-flicker regulation to a town meeting with a recommendation allowing no more than 30 hours More...

By Bradford Randall On Saturday, June 22nd, 2013
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Dennis Randall calls turbine supporter’s lawsuit threat “politically motivated”

TOWN HOUSE- The mood was light when Elaine Fiore, the Chairman of Kingston’s Board of Selectmen (BOS), first opened up Monday night’s selectmen meeting to open forum. Then, Kingston-resident Jeanette Pasquale More...

By Bradford Randall On Tuesday, June 18th, 2013
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DIRTY WIND: New Ruiz “editorial” suggests wind-turbine critics are Tea Party affiliated

KINGSTON- “The attack on clean energy has taken on the characteristics of a classic propaganda campaign, based on fear and innuendo, and bullying tactics against clean energy developers and their supporters,” More...

By Bradford Randall On Monday, June 17th, 2013
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BOH VICE CHAIR: “HOW THE HELL DO YOU PEOPLE STAY IN MY COUNTRY?” [VIDEO]

TOWN HOUSE- Board of Health (BOH) Chairman Joseph Casna’s decision to open up Monday night’s BOH discussion about the hiring of an acoustical-engineering firm only frustrated the recently re-elected More...