Prince council wants to knock wind out of Green Energy Act

Passes resolutions that target negative aspects of wind energy, emphasize urge to regain voice in deciding whether renewable energy projects built within its boundaries
By Marguerite LaHaye, Sault Star
When Prince Township Coun. Amy Zuccato takes aim against the Green Energy Act, her council colleagues don’t joke about tilting at windmills. At Zuccato’s urging, they agreed at February’s regular meeting to adopt two resolutions that target the negative aspects of wind energy and underline the goal of many municipalities to regain their voice in deciding whether renewable energy projects are built within their boundaries.  Read article

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  1. I know that municipalites should have their voice heard, but I shiver at what would happen if Haldimand council had a say. This should be a community referendum with rural residents having the final say….not mayors who live on fancy crescents in Caledonia. I would love to see how he would react if he lived in our neighborhood and if for every dollar made he would have to suffer the consequences of having them surrounding his property.

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