Voters for wind accuse lawyer of being an anti-wind lobbyist.

Julia Gosier, Voter for Wind and
Article X advocate for the stripping
Lyme of local rule is seen here
carrying out free Pizza provided by
a wind industry community organizer.
The Pizza was supplied on the occasion
of wind lobbyist Carol Murphy's coming
to town.

According to a Jaegun Lee Watertown Daily Times report, Voter for Wind Julia Gosier does not want Lyme to use Attorney Gary Abraham to assist her town in writing a response to Article X procedures and their loss of home rule to wind developers.

After the Town of Lyme was offered free advice from Abraham, who would review any comments they submitted to a PSC Public hearing, Voter for Wind, Julia Gosier was quoted as saying, “I think it would be insane for any of these towns to publicly endorse his agendas,”  Julia E. Gosier, is a  town of Lyme resident and an outspoken supporter of wind development.

The lawyer, Gary Abraham was being accused of being a lobbyist for in Albany for anti-wind.

Patricia A. Booras-Miller, of ECCO, set the record straight regarding Abraham by explaining, "He is very well known in Albany and he is not a lobbyist. He really knows his stuff.”

On the other hand, in the summer of 2011, Julia Gosier and Voters for Wind welcomed New York State industrial wind lobbyist Carol Murphy to town as she defended the crapping up of the Towns of Lyme and Cape Vincent with 130 wind turbines and power lines. 

Carol Murphy applauding the loss of local rule
as Governor Cuomo signs Article X legislation.
Mrs. Murphy's 2011 "evening of wind education" in Cape Vincent was sponsored by an out of town community organizer, Marion Trieste who was  hired by wind developers to guide the thinking of Gosier and the Voters for Wind.

As for being a lobbyist, Carol Murphy is the real deal!

And, she serves up one mean bowl of chowder.


  1. Anonymous5/16/2012

    voters for wind never talk about the merits of green energy anymore. their only way to get what they want is to take rights away from others.

  2. Anonymous5/16/2012

    I want my money! I want my money, dammit!

  3. Anonymous5/16/2012

    Of course you think it would be insane Julia.

    The town asking a lawyer to defend the right of local rule by its citizens does not serve your green greed.

    Voters for wind would stomp on anyone's democratic rights to get their way and stuff their pockets and bellies.

    Be careful of what you wish for. Bp is a large multi-national. They were all your friends once. But when they take over the town they will not even know you exist.

    No more free pizza for you!

  4. Anonymous5/16/2012

    You have to give the wind developers credit.

    You can buy a lot of loyalty with a few pizzas.

  5. Anonymous5/16/2012

    Let wait till the end of May and see the results.

  6. Anonymous5/16/2012


    Let's not wait.

    Make your comments to the PSC before the end of May.

    And at every turn remind them that Cape Vincent was a corrupt town and promoting an application here will cause them nothing but more resistance and grief.

    The dark cloud of industrial wind corruption would always hang over any wind sitings in Cape Vincent.

  7. Anonymous5/16/2012

    Oh shit! If Carol Murphy was that close to the Big Andy when he signed away our rights, then we are gonners. She's clapping and obviously very pleased. If so, then why the big plea to the PSC about the rules? Does that mean she is no longer smiling, clapping, frothing..? Something must have gone wrong in the meantime, but what? Perhaps the rules got out of hand, maybe she and her ilk lost control. If the industry has been knocked off their feet, for whatever reason, let's not let Murphy and the industry get up. It's time to hammer away and not let them get up and regain their lost momentum. Post a comment to the PSC, tell them you didn't get the chance to look over Big Andy's shoulder and you want the wind industry to back off and let communities have something to say about their destiny, not Chowder-head Murphy! Our interest is the health and safety of our citizens and Albany bureaucrats and lobbyists better back off in their quest for greenbacks.