by Don Crosby, Owen Sound Sun Times
Excerpt: Lorrie Gillis, a spokesperson for the more that 75 opponents who turned out for Monday’s meeting, praised the efforts of council for procedural delays to the wind energy project for the past couple of years.
“Our council members have worked diligently to look our for our best interests. My feeling is that today they felt under the gun; they felt threatened with legal action if they didn’t make a decision today and I think they felt they might be individually prosecuted or there was a chance of that if they didn’t bend to the will of this wind company,” said Gillis. Read article here