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Health board to consider legal options for turbine complaints

Health officials in Kingston voted Monday to meet with the town’s attorney as soon as possible to discuss what they can legally do to help homeowners who say they are adversely affected by four local wind turbines.

Board of Health member Daniel Sapir said shutdown of the turbines during certain times “is on the table,” along with other potential measures. The board would begin by hiring its own expert to “analyze this thing and represent the health board’s interests,” he said.

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