The Haldimand Wind Concerns committee would like to extend our thanks to everyone that attended our first get together. The number of people who came overwhelmed us. Our count was 84.
This is very encouraging, to say the least, and we look forward to representing this community in our quest to stop the wind turbines from entering our lives.
As this was our first meeting we weren’t that organized. We have learned from this experience and will be much better as we move forward.
We have started to circulate a petition. If anyone hasn’t seen one please feel free to contact either Peter Grosvenor or myself and we will help you locate one. Please remember to sign only one as duplication may void our efforts.
Our biggest need for help right now lies with circulating the petitions and getting signatures.
I hope lots of people have visited the Ontario Wind Resistance website. This is an informative website with up-to-date links to what’s going on in other counties.
The society for wind vigilance ( http://windvigilance.com/page002.aspx)is another informative site. It has physicians, engineers and other professionals promoting the development of safe and authoritative industrial wind turbine guidelines.
Please, form an opinion, find out what this is about, see what is happening with our tax dollars. See why there are two cases underway against the Government of Ontario.
Stephana has already moved from her home due to health issues from living too close to a wind turbine. She will be asking the Haldimand Norfolk Health Unit and the Medical Officer of Health to undertake a health study of the 70 people from Norfolk who have been victims of industrial wind turbines.
The committee has three councillors from Haldimand and three from Norfolk, as well as the MOH and staff. Our attendance would support Stephana and may sway our councillors to support this request. The location for the meeting is 12 Gilbertson Drive, Simcoe and starts at 7 p.m.
Please get informed about this plan for our future. This is not in our best interest but that of an industry determined to make profit. It is far from being as environmentally
Ernie King, Vice president
Haldimand Wind Concerns