CK Council to advocate on behalf of residents re: Green Energy Act

Chatham Daily News

  • A report from planning services will recommend council continue to advocate on behalf of residents on concerns with the province’s Green Energy Act. There are approximately 450 wind turbines either commissioned, in pre-construction or in the application stage within Chatham- Kent.
  • Council will consider hiring a consultant to develop a shoreline sustainable community plan. MMM Group would be retained for about $100,000, which would be funded through reserves and grants.

2 thoughts on “CK Council to advocate on behalf of residents re: Green Energy Act

  1. CK council are hypocrites. It’s too late, their county is covered now.

  2. What a joke. Is this the same council whose ‘Acting Medical Officer of Health’ (actually an infectious disease specialist) is paid consultant fees by the Canadian and American Wind Energy Associations?

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