Not very neighbourly
Editor's note: This letter is addressed to the members of Chatham-Kent council and Mayor Randy Hope. ...I am incredibly shocked and disappointed that people who wish to do business in this community could care so little for the people who live in it. It is appalling to me that a representative of this company could show such disdain and contempt for people that could be potential neighbours.
So, I am left with the following questions: Should we find that our quality of life is disturbed, the noise level is greater than expected, our property becomes unsellable and/or devalued or our health is adversely affected, who is liable? Where do we seek recourse?
March 13, 2008
by Brandy Robertson Young
in Chatham Daily News
Sir: I am writing with respect to the proposed wind turbines for Chatham-Kent. My concerns are shadow flicker effect; noise, vibration and health issues; devaluation of property; environmental impact; and economic impact.
In the last few weeks I have been doing some research of my own and have not been impressed with what I have found. In hopes of obtaining further information, my husband and I attended the AIMPOWERGEN open house on Feb. 28 in Blenheim.
At this open house we reviewed with two of AIMPOWERGEN's independent experts and with an AIMPOWERGEN representative the map outlining where the proposed wind... [continue via Web link]