The council chambers were packed largely with wind energy opponents as presenters on both sides of the issue spoke to Arran-Elderslie council on Monday.
Representatives from wind developer Leader Resources updated council on the proposal for the 115 megawatt Arran Wind Project planned for construction in Arran-Elderslie and Saugeen Shores in early 2012.
Mayor Paul Eagleson says council has compiled a list of 15 questions for the Leader representatives, ranging from setbacks of the turbines to decommissioning plans.
Eagleson admits that council probably already knows the answers, but they want the information straight from the Leader representatives.
Meanwhile Arran-Elderslie landowner Bruce Ransome says he expects to be compensated by the municipality if council is successful in their attempt to stop a wind energy development.
Ransome says landowners are major contributors to the municipality and deserve to be compensated if their investment is taken away.
Arran-Elderslie Mayor Paul Eagleson declined to comment on the matter, citing legal reasons.