Grey Bruce Shoreline Beacon
I’ve nearly completed research on the wind turbines we are to get here. I have now well over 500 hours in research about wind turbines. To further my knowledge, I took mayor Lynn Acre’s advice. She is the mayor of Bayham, Ontario, is for wind in her community and advised us to come and see her wind farm community. See the advertisement on Page 38 of the Oct. 5 Shoreline Beacon. Continue reading
by Daniel Pearce, Simcoe Reformer
The company that owns the wind farm in the west end of Norfolk says it will undertake an infrasound study in the Clear Creek area to determine if its turbines generate low-level frequencies that nearby residents insist are sickening them. Continue reading
By Barbara Simpson — Delhi News-Record, delhinewsrecord.ca
Stepping into the makeshift home of the trio of wind turbine victims is similar to stepping into an abandoned apartment.
Two worn chairs and a pair of tables decorate the modest living room. The kitchen counter is littered with little more than Tim Hortons coffee cups. And a single bed rests in the corner of the sole bedroom — the ultimate luxury for these sleepless women.
“I’m not here to entertain people,” quipped Stephana Johnston, one of the renters. “I’m here to sleep.”
As simplistic as that may sound, that’s exactly why these three women — who have their own places near Lake Erie — have invested in this Delhi apartment. Johnston, along with Kay Armstrong and Tracy Whitworth, are escaping the Cultus/Frogmore/Clear Creek Industrial Wind Turbine Zone — three sets of six wind turbines that they claim have triggered health problems. Continue reading
Ontario – There is no place like this
Norfolk County – Come, visit, play, stay
Clear Creek – Historic Village
This house in Clear Creek (Turbine Town) was abandoned after the Wind Turbines were put into operation. It was sitting empty while listed for sale and eventually burned down.
This abandoned home has recently been put back on the market.