By SARAH BOYCHUK KINCARDINE NEWS
Councillors agreed to take action to ensure wind turbine companies respect the Municipality of Kincardine’s buffer zones, yet were not in immediate agreement on how to proceed.
The discussion took place at the May 16 meeting after Deputy Mayor Anne Eadie expressed frustration in not having support of the Ministry of the Environment.
Eadie suggested making phone calls and sending letters to officially express this concern.
“It doesn’t hurt to send more letters,” she said. “Is the province saying to us, ‘you can be hemmed in with windmills’? I want answers.”
Some councillors looked for a more forceful course of action. read article