Residents in Manvers area are mighty concerned about proposed wind turbines

“I think the government will look back and apologize some day.”

by Joel Wiebe, My Kawartha
(MANVERS) Sitting around the kitchen table in Sara Miller’s rural home is a group united in its opposition to wind turbines. Wind energy is an emotional and polarizing issue across the province; one that’s sparking protest and debate in communities and amongst politicians. Here in Ms Miller’s home, with tears in Sara’s eyes, emotion begins rises to the surface as talk goes from general issues with wind turbines to personal specifics. Her son has a heart condition.  Read article

3 thoughts on “Residents in Manvers area are mighty concerned about proposed wind turbines

  1. “I think the government will look back and apologize some day.”……………………RIGHT!….this only happens when they are standing in front of a judge as he hammers down his gavel and states loudly and clearly: “Guilty as charged!”

  2. These completely irresponsible politicians who are abusing the trust of the public by saying
    there is a small risk, need to have a turbine placed directly in the path their home at 550 metres or less as is found in existing older projects and see if they approve of being the affected family who becomes ill and is forced from their home with no compensation or acknowledgment of harm.
    Their day will come.

  3. I don’t believe Dalton McIdiot has a shred of remorse for anyone he effects. We are nothing more than receptors to him.

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