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What if some nuns in Wrentham decided to put up a wind turbine? And then high school officials in Worcester? And a Canton bank chairman? And pretty soon, the question wasn't where do wind farms belong, but how many windmills can we squeeze in to every last available space? That day is coming.

When Holy Name’s turbine went up in September, wind-power developer Kevin Schulte of SED (right) hugged school president Mary Riordan. When Holy Name’s turbine went up in September, wind-power developer Kevin Schulte of SED (right) hugged school president Mary Riordan. (Photograph by Erik Jacobs)
By Keith O'Brien
November 30, 2008

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