"Families have been forced to move out of their homes due to health problems. Some want to move but financially cannot. Independent studies show that real estate values have plummeted 15 percent to 40 percent within two miles of the 30 to 50 story high wind turbines," she said.
WWMA is a statewide alliance of environmentally active grassroots organizations and individuals who are concerned about the negative health, environmental, and economic impacts of poorly-sited wind turbines. The organization has supporters in more than 200 Massachusetts cities and towns.