Vineyard Wind and R.I. strike bargain. R.I. Fishery Advisory Board chairman doesn’t like settlement. Nobody does.

“I just think it was a [expletive] deal for the industry, but it’s the deal that we got,” Newport, R.I. lobsterman Lanny Dellinger, chairman of the Rhode Island Fisheries Advisory Board, told The Times.
“I just don’t think the negotiations were set up fairly,” he said.,, Richard Fuka, Rhode Island Fishermen’s Alliance president, said squid fishermen, who comprise the most lucrative part of the Rhode Island fishing industry, weren’t represented on the board and were therefore cut out of negotiations. When asked if Vineyard Wind was aware squid fishermen may have not had a seat at the table for negotiations, Vineyard Wind spokesman Scott Farmelant declined to talk about any part of the deal and referred The Times to the Vineyard Wind release. >click to read<16:20

One Response to Vineyard Wind and R.I. strike bargain. R.I. Fishery Advisory Board chairman doesn’t like settlement. Nobody does.

  1. Joel Hovanesian says:

    I’m tempted to say this is the beginning of the end. However, it’s not the beginning. This has been playing out for decades and it is the culmination of the efforts of so many to destroy our purest form of protein and one of our most valuable food sources. No plowing, no planting, no pesticides, nothing but sustainable harvest’s since it started. And who’s asking the the hard questions? Why? It’s all about control. Control the food control the people. Offshore wind is a scam. A scam that will make the few rich at the expense of the many. Yet these socialist assholes will support it and tell you you will be dead in 10 years without it. Nope not the beginning. It’s the final scene if we don’t step up and do something about it. Time is running out. Wake up sheeple.

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