As opposition rises to the plan for a windfarm in the Camden Hills, and local citizens' group Friends of Ragged Mountain starts coming into existence, a memo from the Camden Energy Committee about the future of the project heads to the Camden Selectboard, which will take it up on August 17th
It breaks down into 12 minutes about how to use the new Camden development director as part of the work group.
Then a ten minute discussion on who should run the Ragged Mountain work group, (which includes people from Hope and Rockport governments too) and whether a 'sunset provision' for the work group should be added. Then a fundraising discussion follows - plan will need $50K-$70K for initial feasibility study- but none of the three towns show interest in contributing. The will of their people is not known. The recording ends shortly after the final vote to accept the now-amended memo.