Come out and here Sherri’s presentation delivered at the recent ROMA ( Rural Ontario Municipal Association ) meeting in Toronto to rave reviews and attended by elected officials from all over rural Ontario including Saugeen Shores.
Kevin Dooley is a retired engineer and jet engine vibration specialist who has dedicated his time to measuring turbine emissions and researching the connection between motion sickness and wind turbine syndrome. With over 100 patents to his credit including his latest on low frequency sound suppression, Kevin has presented his papers at the ASA in California and soon again in Providence Rhode Island.
Saugeen Shores’ town council has recognised that industrial wind turbines do harm residents’ health and has asked UNIFOR to cease operation of their outdoor industrial electricity generator based on hearing citizen deputations last August. Saugeen Shores has joined the growing coalition of municipalities supporting a noise nuisance bylaw.
One year after the start up of the UNIFOR turbine local families in Port Elgin are being forced to sell their homes at a loss to protect their health as in the Ripley and Enbridge projects.
Yet local projects like Samsung Armow continue to be approved and others surrounding Saugeen Shores are on the in the planning stages.
Come out and educate yourself on this subject adversely affecting your neighbours’ health and property enjoyment.
Please support our green legacy TNT ( trees not turbines ) initiative where white pine saplings, Ontario’s official tree, will be sold as a fundraiser to offset the travel costs of local families seeking specialized medical testing.
Ontario, Ours To Recover.