Manvers Wind Concerns file an appeal well before Dec. 24 deadline

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In an email on Tuesday morning, the group advised they and the Cham Shan Buddhist Temple filed the appeal in Toronto at 4 p.m. Monday. Ward 16 Councillor Heather Stauble said there is a team that worked hard over the last few weeks to prepare the appeal, and much of that work was already done “because the community was prepared for the possibility the project would be approved.”

Coun. Stauble said when wpd Canada’s Sumac Ridge five wind turbines were approved earlier this month, the Province virtually ignored the 2,874 comments from the public opposing the project. “It would not look good at all if they don’t grant the appeal.”

She said the deadline to appeal changed to Dec. 24, and the weekend’s severe ice storm that hammered the region has made filing its appeal in Toronto “challenging,” but confirmed it will be done. Read article

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