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windfarm tarago/bungendore

By missymagoo - 8 March 2006 13

does anyone have any later information on the renewable power ventures windfarm.

I asked for the ceo to attend a public meeting in bungendore to advise us of the latest and he refused. all I know is he has lodeged a major works project with the nsw state govt and has till sept 2006 to have it all lodged for consideration, thanks.

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colsim 8:12 pm 08 Mar 06

What’s the difference between nimbys and whingers on RA?

Whingers complain about more.

missymagoo 7:16 pm 08 Mar 06

well i thought i would just see what other people had heard about tarago bungendore windfarm and all i have heard is a load of rot I am a sensible person who listens to all sides of things and if this is the represenative of most people on this site I dont need it you are very rude and obviously unintelligent we are not against we just want to know whats going on so we can make a decision whether we are for or against

Slinky the Shocker 4:43 pm 08 Mar 06

And they’d be massive, too 😉

bonfire 4:42 pm 08 Mar 06

well id go for nuclear just so i could catch three eyed fish in the cooling ponds.

Slinky the Shocker 4:35 pm 08 Mar 06

As I suggested before, there’s a simple way: Give them the choice between a nuclear reactor, a coal-fueled plant or a windfarm on the site…

LurkerGal 2:54 pm 08 Mar 06

My friend lives near a windfarm. Looks fine and makes no noise.

roccon 2:42 pm 08 Mar 06

looking at the smog, huge man made canyons where brown coal is dug out of in the Latrobe Valley makes windfarms look very nice indeed

Blamemonkey 1:13 pm 08 Mar 06

I think we are all going through withdrawals now that SGS has left our ranks, and just target anybody who enters our sites.

FYI Google Fight reckons the riot-act would beat SGS 2 to 1

bonfire 12:11 pm 08 Mar 06

When one stands on the observation deck of the Berliner Fernsehturm and sights windmills churning away on the outskirts, you realise that renewable power has reached the mainstream.

all the nimby arguments are selfish and short sighted.

Mr Evil 12:04 pm 08 Mar 06

If I had the choice between looking at:

a. a windfarm
b. that horrible new apartment tower in Woden

I’d be choosing the windfarm any day.

toriness 10:57 am 08 Mar 06

I don’t understand why people have a problem with the windfarm proposal – environmentally friendly and aesthetically pleasing to boot?

bonfire 10:54 am 08 Mar 06

i think you can mathematically determine a nimby by analysing post frequency, arrival time, topic de jeure etc.

as to this particular post.

yes if i was an executive of some progressive infrastructure provider, i’d love to go to a hostile roasting where i wouldnt be listened to and simply attacked by fools and slack jawed yokels for an hour.

Mr Evil 10:14 am 08 Mar 06

Not another NIMBY using this forum to see if they can get their own way again????? 😉

Funny, but we don’t seem to see any posts from the Ainslie Residents Group members now. And here I was thinking they’d joined RiotACT because they were interested in posting on other topics too, not just the Godwin Village juggernaut!

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