Warning, Readers of the Sentinel: Before entering thread put on tinfoil hat.
So it seems the issue was lack of foresight to stick wind turbines on future valuable ski resort land. Two faults, aesthetic and waste of space. Plus they can be seen from every where including space. Apparently from the east and west borders of NH but no one is up there to confirm this. You think I jest, but use the Google and their map. With much better access than the entire Soviet Military 30 yrs ago, when the real skiers roamed the planet with long skis, you will see the turbines by clicking "satellite".
That and skiers who have the money to ski at the new Balsalms won' t because of the unsightliness and possible danger. Ice chunks flying off the blades, hapless children getting stupid, creating a horror film- "Turbine: The Gloaming". Other kids getting too adventurous base jumping in between the blades and failing.
More probs with wind turbines: how is one supposed to keep a flock of carrier pigeons? Sheesh, even in Brooklyn you can have those. But the turbines will shred them.
The state of NH is presumably aligning itself with a hopeless project destined to fail. We know this from the poor website among other clues such as failure to raise the $150 million.
It's NH's Solyndra so to speak. Lego version.
It's taken many posts and insults to arrive at that paragraph.
Now if you have questions about it, you are obviously a Les Otten disciple looking to destroy any dissent. (What do his disciples eat? Surely more than wafers.)