Twelve municipalities come to Huron East to discuss Low Frequency Noise bylaw

Don Murray, of Huron-Kinloss, said there are 10-15 people in his municipality who have had to move out of their homes because of health concerns related to wind turbines and Mark Davis, of Arran-Elderslie, said there are people who live near wind turbines in Huron-Kinloss who have “safe houses” in Arran-Elderslie where they come to sleep.

By Susan Hundertmark, Seaforth Huron Expositor

Representatives from 12 municipalities met at the Seaforth arena last Tuesday to discuss whether or not they wanted to support a test bylaw that would regulate low frequency noise (LFN).

And, after hearing Huron East solicitor Greg Stewart explain how such a bylaw would be created and its anticipated cost of close to $60,000, municipalities from Norwich to Melancthon to Saugeen Shores returned to their councils in hopes of bringing an answer back to Huron East by the end of December. Continue reading