Heavy machinery is used to cut trees to widen an existing Central Maine Power electricity corridor to make way for new utility poles, April 26, 2021, near Bingham, Maine. Credit: Robert F. Bukaty / AP

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Even though 59 percent of Maine voters rejected Central Maine Power’s energy corridor, the company has vowed to continue construction.

Maybe our Massachusetts neighbors will respond by cancelling the unpopular project and look elsewhere for their “green” power.

Walter Hickson