find up-to-date information on the industrial wind turbine project for Brinston/Dixon’s Corners/Hulbert area. EDP Renewables now owns the project and has made significant changes since Prowind first posted the South Branch project.
It was a full house last night at South Dundas Council Chambers in Williamsburg, attendees were lined up into the hallway straining to hear the presentation by the South Branch Wind Opposition Group.
Negative health impacts, property depreciation, and financial viability were the topics of discussion. Council was left with a number of plausible recommendations to help protect it’s residents, and stated that they would provide a response.
South Branch Wind Opposition Group will be addressing South Dundas Council about their serious concerns regarding the proposed industrial wind turbine project slated for the area.
When: December 06, 2011 @ 19:00
Where: 4296 County Rd. 31, Williamsburg
A must read by Carmen Krough and Brett Horner.
To inform rural landowners of some of the legal and financial risks involved in signing an agreement providing for the construction and operation on their property of one or more large wind turbines.
The South Branch Wind Opposition Group will be hosting the first of several information sessions on November 21, 2011 at Dixon’s Community Centre (formerly Dixon’s Corners Public School), located at 10951 County Road 18 in Dixon’s Corners.
The session will begin at 7:00 p.m. and will feature a number of guest speakers who will share their knowledge and experience and answer questions regarding the realities of living near wind turbines, such as negative health effects and property depreciation. As well, we will hear first-hand from residents near Thamesville as they share how living with industrial wind turbines has affected their lives.
Today marked the launch of ‘WindyLeaks’, a website who’s splash page includes the quote; “What your government does not tell you about industrial turbines”. A fitting quote as the inaugural document on the site is an internal memo from the Ministry of Environment indicating that staff had recognized the negative issues industrial wind turbines were causing.
Here’s video of a rally against industrial wind turbines that took place a couple of weeks ago in Stayner. This is one of many Ontario communities that understand the impact of iwts.
Prowind has released their REA documents to the public. To see what they have in store for our community click here.
We’re currently reviewing these documents, and will be making our comments known. Time is of the essence so if you have the time we could always use an extra set of eyes! Just drop us a line at email@example.com.