Carmen Krogh to appear at Council Meetings

February 6, 2009 at 11:42 am Leave a comment

On February 17/09 at 7:00 P.M. at the Madawaska Valley Township and at Brudnell Township Council on March 4/09 at 7:00 P.M, residents are invited to hear a presentation from Carmen Krogh who is a former director of pharmacy with the Edmonton General Hospital, a lecturer for many years with the University of Alberta, a director with Health Canada in its pesticides agency, medical journal writer and researcher and the director and editor-in-chief for several years of the massive national medical reference tome – the Compendium of Pharmaceuticals Specialties.

Mrs. Krogh is an independent researcher who is studying the Health Effects that are linked to Wind Turbines and their proximity to landowners.

Mrs. Krogh is not a member of the Save Our Skyline Group and has given presentations to various Councils and residents as recently as last week in the offices of the Killaloe Hagarty and Richards Township.

A serious and potentially devastating effect of Low Level Frequency Sound from existing Wind Turbines has been documented world wide and is being researched by Health experts in Canada and other countries even though CANWEA, the Wind Industry’s representative for all things “good” about Wind Turbines, states there is no ill effects associated with these machines.

Get informed and be aware of these dangers before it is too late.

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