Cape Wind: Public Opinion


Public Opinion

Click on the names below to hear that persons thoughts on Cape Wind. This is an ongoing archive with entries listed in chronological order. The views expressed below are not necessarily those of WCAI, WGBH, or NPR.

listenJack Phaneuf (2:58) owns two commercial fishing boats. He fishes out of Nantucket, Hyannis, Plymouth and Woods Hole.
6/04/07, opposed

listenBrian Vonherzen (2:32) has a house in Woods Hole. He's a pilot and thinks Cape Wind will not intervere with the approach paths to Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket.
5/26/07, in favor

listenTom Wineman (1:37) is the president of the Cape-based company Clean Energy Design and a boardmember of the Cape Wind advocacy group Clean Power Now. He lives in Osterville.
5/26/07, in favor

listenMonica Collins (0:39) has a summer home in South Dennis. She used to be against the project, but she's changed her mind.
5/10/07, in favor

listenJohn Holdren (0:49) is director of the Woods Hole Research Center as well as a professor of environmental policy at Harvard University.
4/23/07, in favor

listenDavid Anthony (1:39) is the Barnstable representative to the Cape Light Compact.
4/12/07, undecided

listenMichael Glasser (1:32) has a second home on Martha's Vineyard, where he wants to erect a wind turbine.
3/09/07, in favor

listenJoe Pedlosky (1:04) is a geophysical fluid dynamicist who lives in Falmouth.
2/04/07, in favor

listenDuncan Gibson (0:45) lives in Cummaquid. He's been on the fence about the project for years.
2/01/07, undecided

listenSteve Brown (1:54) lives on Craigville Beach. He's looking forward to seeing wind turbines in his backyard.
2/01/07, in favor

listenBob King (1:58) lives in Sandwich. A cost benefit analysis leaves him conflicted over the wind fram.
2/01/07, undecided

listenLaura (1:17) lives in Woods Hole. She has a 'Save Our Sound' bumper sticker on her car, but she's for the wind farm.
2/01/07, in favor

listenKen Fraser (1:28) lives in Sandwich. He's a boater.
1/26/07, opposed

listenEd Cottle (1:19) lives on Martha's Vineyard. As a pilot, he's concerned about aviation safety.
1/20/07, opposed

listenKim and John Runyan (1:19) of West Yarmouth both support Cape Wind.
1/20/07, in favor

listenLee Chalmers (1:34) lives in Orleans. She wants more information before making up her mind.
1/20/07, undecided

listenLuke Norman (1:23) works at an upscale jewelry store on Main St. in Hyannis. Despite some reservations, Luke says he's for the project.
1/20/07, in favor

listenDan (1:08) lives in Hyannis.
1/20/07, in favor

listenVirginia Trough (1:03) lives in Dennis.
1/20/07, opposed

listenJonathan Murray (1:32) lives in Teaticket. He thinks Cape Wind is a step towards getting the US out of the Middle East.
1/20/07, in favor

listenCandice (1:51) is a paleo-climatologist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI).
1/20/07, in favor

listenJanice Hajj (1:55) moved to Hyannis in 2006. She volunteers at the public library.
1/20/07, undecided

listenPaula Hardy (1:45) lives in Boston with a second home in Yarmouthport.
1/20/07, in favor

listenBill Weaks (2:22) lives in Hull, Massachusetts, where there are two town owned wind turbines.
1/18/07, in favor

listenAnita Lord (1:32) lives in Marshfield, MA. Anita's on a committee investigating the feasibility of wind energy for Marshfield.
1/18/07, in favor

listenMalcolm Brown (2:56) lives in Hull, MA. He's on the Hull Municipal Light Board. You can hear the blades of a town-owned wind turbine in the background.
1/18/07, in favor

listenJohn Buller (1:08) owns Louis' Market in Sagamore where he also lives.
1/18/07, in favor

listenBarbara (2:25) lives in Orleans.
1/17/07, opposed

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