by John Spears, Toronto Star
STAYNER—The little hut not far from the end of Kevin Elwood’s airstrip looks more like a hobbit house than anything: almost a play house, a mere 16 by 20 feet. But since it comes complete with electricity, running water and a septic system it qualifies as a dwelling.
And it’s part of a game of tic-tac-toe between a wind developer and a group of local residents who want nothing to do with wind turbines. The residents have been sprinkling mini-houses like Elwood’s in the path of proposed turbines – knowing that provincial rules forbid turbines from being erected within 550 metres of a dwelling. Read article