Northumberland wind project plans called a nightmare

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NORTHUMBERLAND – Residents throughout Northumberland County should be worried about industrial wind turbines being built in their area, say opponents of the Clean Breeze Wind Park proposed for Alnwick-Haldimand Township. “These are two projects in one township but the risk is that they could come to any of the townships in the county,” said Gwyer Moore, a member of the Alliance for the Protection of Northumberland Hills, a citizens’ group that’s fighting to prevent a pair of 10-megawatt wind energy generation facilities proposed near Grafton and Centreton. “It’s a nightmare waiting to happen.”

Mr. Moore and another Alliance member, Tyne Bonebakker, appeared before County council March 20 to summarize the “serious threats to the social and economic fabric of our community and the health of our citizens” that wind turbines represent. They include “huge health issues” caused by the emission of low frequency sounds inaudible to the human ear, a potential decline in property values, and the adverse effect wind turbines could have on the county’s robust tourism industry. Read article

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  1. U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
    Use search: Enter,Windworks Power Corp.
    All the filed documents will appear.
    Use Format: Documents
    10-K is an annual filing
    10-Q is a quartley filing
    The other forms are mostly additons and supplements
    The 10-K & 10-Q provide most of the company information.
    Financial statements, aquisitions, IWT lease payments, etc.
    Keep track of any future SEC filings as well.
    Maybe local councils don’t have this information?

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      These are the stock purchases and sales by company insiders.

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