Date: February 22
Time: 10:30 am
Place: 10845 Rathfon Rd Wainfleet MAP.
My thoughts for the Wainfleet Rally are relatively simple – we will follow the successful plan that played out in Toronto, May of last year with bus loads/car pooling arriving from all over the province and the (informed) media giving us plenty of coverage.
Again, I want to emphasize our numbers will make or break this rally – we need everyone to put forth a little extra effort – we are coming down to the wire (this spring) on numerous wind energy projects:-
- Tell as many people as you are able about this event and encourage them to attend (my previous email will help those understand what these 511 foot monsters are about to do to our once great province).
- This rally will be conducted orderly, safe, within the law and then disperse after our message has been heard.
- Plan to arrive somewhere between 10:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. on Friday, February 22nd; 10845 Rathfon Rd Wainfleet MAP.
- Bring signs of all shapes and sizes and anything else you feel will draw attention to our plight here in rural Ontario (dress warmly – who knows what the weather may be).
- Fax, email, phone or use any other method necessary to convince your local council members to attend this crucial Wainfleet Symposium.
- Contact any media connections you may have and make sure they are aware of our rally.
Below you will find the links to the agenda – application form (required by the 15th) and contact/phone numbers with any questions you may have.
Thank you for your support and I will be sending more info later this week,
Township of Wainfleet
Join us on February 22nd, 2013 for an exciting initiative to take back control in your municipality!
We are urging municipal officials from across Ontario who share concerns regarding the lack of municipal planning control in the Green Energy Act, particularly with regard to industrial wind energy projects, to assemble in an open forum to discuss potential negative impacts of wind turbines, and to gain valuable networking support.
Now more than ever, municipalities must band together and form a united front against the Province of Ontario’s Green Energy Initiative.