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About 150 people turned up to a public meeting last night about the Manx Utilities windfarm proposals.

It was organised by Arbory and Rushen Commissioners, for residents in the south to have their say to the Chief Minister Alfred Cannan and Manx Utilities Chief Executive Philip King. 

Residents quizzed representatives on costs, environmental concerns and whether a referendum would be held about the plans. 

Local Democracy Reporter Emma Draper was at the meeting:

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