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Selectmen seek information on turbine plan

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Selectmen are looking for more information before finalizing a proposal to buy electrical power generated by wind turbines in Plymouth. Selectmen Chairman David Madigan said in an interview that selectmen will take up the topic again this week, when they hope to have more answers to their questions, including about potential lawsuits related to the project, which is located on an Ocean Spray cranberry farm. Discussions about the contract with Future Generation Wind were held at the selectmen’s Feb. 10 meeting.

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