Township of Lyndoch, Brudenell and Raglan pass motion for further study

March 16, 2009 at 7:59 pm Leave a comment

The Township of Lyndoch, Brudenell and Raglan have passed
a Motion to have our Provincial Government place a Moratorium on any
further Wind Farm Development until such things as Health, Tourism,
Environment and Economic development have been studied by the
Ministries of Health, Economic Development and Tourism to create
realistic guidelines to assure the health and economic well being for
those living in proximity of Industrial Wind Turbine Developments.

They also passed a Motion to support the Resolution of Prince Edward
County calling on various departments of the Provincial Government to
do scientific investigations and put in place reasonable regulations
which would address Health Effects Noise, Proximity siting and a host
of other guidelines that would address Landowners concerns about
further Wind Development in their area.

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