RE: living in Bangor
Oct 16, 2006 11:55 PDT
I'm doing well in Bangor, ME. Had a rough start, it was difficult to find a
decent place to live. But I did finally find one, and things have started
looking up. Oddly, most of the seafood at the local markets are imported. I
have to go to specialty stores to find local seafood. And I've only had
lobster once, at a company cookout.
I haven't seen any moose, but I have seen a few deer, one fox, and several
birds I can't identify. Found a dead bat one day when I was bicycling.
I've only had time to make a couple of half-hearted wind energy contacts
locally. But nothing has come of it yet.
How are things going with you?
Quoting "Stanton, Thomas S (DLEG)" <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
| ||Thanks much, Dan. What are you doin' in Maine? What city are you in?|
Are there moose? Lobsters?
-- Tom Stanton, Coordinator
Michigan Renewable Energy Program -- http://www.michigan.gov/mrep
Michigan Public Service Commission Staff
From: Daniel Alberts [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, October 16, 2006 12:27 AM
To: Michigan Wind Working Group
Subject: [Delphi] Addressing Wind Turbine Noise
I hope you are doing well. I regret that I'm no longer involved with the
MWWG. But for those of you who haven't heard, I relocated to Maine for a
job. (we all have to eat)
I recently had a chance to review my white paper, "Addressing Wind
Turbine Noise", and found that it needed some revisions. One very
important revision was needed to give proper source credit for the
graphics I borrowed from various web sites. I also corrected a few minor
typos, cleaned up the formatting, and replaced a reference to a web site
that has gone offline.
I don't know if you are still using my paper. But if you are, please
download the latest version from my personal web site. (The revised
version should be on the LTU web site in a few days.)