Camden Selectboard has dropped plans to appoint a Ragged Mountain Wind Work group, due to the lack of support for the plan and in fact strong public opposition. Camden's decision sets an important precedent that all Maine towns blessed with scenic assets should heed. See photographs of lovely Ragged MountainMedia coverage: The Free Press... Bangor Daily News
First a two minute presentation by Jan Gilley of Friends of Ragged Mountain, updating on the increase in that group's membership and on the educational events they've held around town. She also urged the proposed wind work group be balanced, and that people with ties to wind corporations be disallowed from being part of it.
The rest of the recording is the Selectboard examining the candidates for the Work Group, selecting four people, then, after taking comments from the meeting attendees and discussing the whole mess, deciding to scrap the three town plan entirely, and focus on more benign energy conservation etc.
Starting around 56:42 the motion is made to shelve the plan and alert the other two towns that the three town work group is not to going to happen. A tiny bit of discussion follows and then a unanimous vote to cancel the work group. The four newly appointed work group members are discharged of their duties.