Petrolia Independent, Heather Wright
Esther Wrightman feels like she is being evicted from her own home. The woman who has been at the forefront of the anti-industrial wind turbine movement in Middlesex and Lambton County is moving to New Brunswick.
Wrightman, who heads up the Middlesex-Lambton Wind Concerns group and runs the Ontario Wind Resistance website, put up the for sale sign on her home Tuesday as workers from NextEra continue to put up wind turbines around her home just outside of Warwick. She says it was one of the toughest things she’s ever done. “You feel like you’ve been evicted,” says Wrightman who fears for the health of her family.
“I don’t think we had much of a choice here,” she says. “When you have people in your family with (pre-existing) health problems…you can’t risk it to stay…you have to leave.” Read article
…and, Turbine Activist Relocating, Blackburn News
(aside from this, I’ll write a little bit more later this weekend, when I get my thoughts together. Thank you all for you notes of understanding and encouragement, it’s really appreciated by my family. — Esther)