The next scheduled open house, first for 2012 is scheduled to be held on Thursday February 2, 2012 at the usual location, South Neebing Community Centre at 7:00pm – 9:00pm. As always, the general public, both those in favor and against the project are invited to come out!
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South Neebing Community Centre
Held the 1st Thursday of every month
TIME: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Ontario Wind ResistanceCheck out Ontario Wind Resistance to see what others are saying about Wind Turbines in Ontario. See the links below
- Ontario embraces green ruin
- Mothers Against Wind Turbines meet with Chiarelli
- Wind blows from Port Elgin to Queen’s Park
- Same old Wynne Spin at IPC
- Apply for a grant from….Samsung/Pattern wind energy?
- Winslow family says no to wind turbines
- Two big events — APPEC / CCSAGE on Sep 21 and PECFN on Oct 5
- MPP Walker Tells Liberals “No Means No”
- Wind Turbine Escorts from Sudbury to Manitoulin Island
- Health Canada Windpower Study: Playing Politics (Grubered up North)The Canadian government is correct that there is a need to understand ‘the potential health impacts and community concerns that underscore public resistance’ to wind energy. But Canadians and others will not be Grubered by phony studies.
- Judges urged to keep people safe as wind turbine court appeal endsA judicial fight over the future of wind turbines in Ontario wrapped up Thursday with the fate of the province's green energy law in the hands of judges. On one side is big money; On the other are four families in Huron and Bruce counties whose homes are close to dozens of proposed turbines.
- Nearly half of state’s wind turbines in Huron CountySmith said the level of scrutiny has changed in terms of how long it takes to review wind projects. “It’s not an overnight deal,” he said. “It’s not a rubber stamp process.” Residents also have given much attention to wind energy, voicing numerous concerns.
- Catlin eyes windfarm banCatlin officials had been close to enacting new regulations limiting where the turbines - which would be 430 feet tall - could be located. However, the town is now moving toward an outright ban instead, said Catlin Town Supervisor Laverne Phelps.
- BLM rejects application for Silurian Valley energy projectThe Bureau of Land Management on Thursday denied a Spanish company's application to build a controversial renewable energy facility in the Mojave Desert's remote Silurian Valley, deciding the sprawling project “would not be in the public interest.” ...Among the specific concerns the BLM noted were that the facility would disrupt migration corridors […]
- Health Canada Windpower Study: Playing Politics (Grubered up North)