Where there’s smoke, firestorm of protest


CORNWALL — When Ted Larson installed a wood burning furnace at his family’s Jewell Street home nearly six years ago, the idea was to use a cheaper and more easily renewable resource than fuel oil for heat and hot water.

The furnace is an exterior, freestanding structure with a 10-foot smoke stack designed to burn wood quickly and efficiently, without a lot of smoke. Its smoldering embers generate heat for long periods between burning.

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