Wind Farm Initiative Sets Legal Action in Gear

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Nor'wester Mountain Escarpment
This will be the view that residents in the area near the wind turbines will see.
Nor'wester Mountain Escarpment
This will be the view that residents in the area near the wind turbines will see.

Real Estate Prices Impacted by Wind Turbines?

WELLINGTON, ON – ENERGY – CCSAGE NATURALLY GREEN states that “Prince Edward County, one of Ontario’s most beautiful go-to tourist destinations and home to one of the largest bird migration paths in the Province, is threatened by destructive industrial wind turbines”.

The group is taking action.

That action could impact communities across Canada.

What is Happening?

Almost 400 hundred County business and property owners recently decided that they may take appropriate action if construction of industrial wind turbine factories occurs and reduces the value of property and the value of tourist dependent businesses, including the all-important hospitality and winery sectors.

People similarly affected in other parts of the Province threatened by or already coping with industrial wind turbine factories have been invited to consider the same appropriate action.

People concerned may refer to the Expropriations Act for more information.

This initiative was implemented by CCSAGE NATURALLY GREEN, a not-for-profit corporation of volunteer members, which deplores the potential violation of one of Ontario’s most beautiful areas, the complete lack of democratic principles in the Green Energy Act and the wilful destruction of the rights of municipal councils to determine all-important local issues of this nature.

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