by Mariane McLeod | www.bayshorebroadcasting.ca
A lawsuit in the battle over wind turbines in Clearview Township may not have quite the effect that was intended.
Two separate lawsuits filed by neighbours of the properties where eight turbines are slated to be built total 17 million dollars in claims.
But WPD Canada — the company that will build the windmills — says the landowners will not have to pay, even if the lawsuit goes ahead and even if they lose.
A spokesperson for the company, Kevin Surette, says the farmers’ legal expenses are covered, no matter what happens. He says that coverage is part of the contract made between the farmers and the company. Continue reading