Next month, residents of Meaford will have an opportunity to educate themselves on a topic that has been recently causing controversy throughout the province: industrial wind turbine development.
The event takes place on Saturday, April 9 at 3 p.m. at Meaford Hall and features a team of experts discussing a wide range of the issues related to wind turbine development. It will allow members of the community to get the information they need to form their own opinions on this hotly-debated issue.
The meeting has been organized in response to feedback received by Wind Concerns Meaford (WCM). WCM, which is hosting the event, is a volunteer community organization dedicated to protecting the quality of our rural life.
“People have been repeatedly contacting us to tell us how frustrated they are,” explains Christine Silvester, a WCM director. “They went to the wind developers two public meetings late last year expecting to get answers to their questions, but they left without them. These people are part of our community, a community being targeted by wind developers, and they deserve answers. This event will give them that.”
Among the experts who have so far confirmed their attendance:
- Tom Adams, energy consultant and former executive director of Energy Probe, will focus on the reliability of our power system and the impact of wind power on the consumer ;
- Michael Trebilcock, University of Toronto chair of law and economics, will look at the effects of Ontario's renewable energy policy on electricity prices, employment and the environment;
- Eric Gillespie, environmental and municipal lawyer, will examine the implications of the Green Energy Act and the legal issues and options that face our municipalities;
- Mike McMurray, an area real estate broker, will talk about the effect of turbines on real estate values and rural life and reviews studies completed by the wind industry; and
- Ian Hanna, a Prince Edward County farmer, will relate how his quest for justice for wind power victims led him to challenge the Ontario government’s setback requirement.
Tickets for the event are $5 plus HST each, which will help offset the event expenses. They are available online at www.meafordhall.com or by calling Meaford Hall at 519-538-0463 or 1-877-538-0463.
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