Group Wants Wind Farm Info Online

Avery Moore, Blackburn News
A local wind action group is calling on the provincial government to make information on wind farms more accessible. Members of the Middlesex Wind Action Group participated in a 2 hour ”read-in” at the Exeter Road Ministry of the Environment offices Friday.

They were there to read the one and only hard copy of a plan for a wind farm going up near Parkhill. The group’s leader, Esther Wrightman, says traveling to the MOE in London is the only way to get access to specific details on wind farm plans. Wrightman says the provincial government should make the documents available online and in township offices and libraries in rural communities.

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Posted on November 24, 2012, in Adelaide Project- NextEra, Blackburn Radio, Bornish Project, Ethics, Government, Green Energy Act, Ministry of Environment, Next Era, Take Action, Transmission. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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