OPPOSED HEALTH AND PROPERTY ARE AT HIGH RISK

By David Judd
The fight against wind turbines proposed near Port Ryerse has become more public and more personal.
Forty protesters waved signs and handed out information sheets last Wednesday on normally quiet Gilbert Road.
The road dead ends at the home of Anne and Wally Faulkner, a short distance from Lake Erie, west of Port Dover.
The unlikely occasion for the protest was the summer picnic of the Port Dover and Woodhouse Horticultural Society.
Society president Anne Faulkner hosted the picnic in her gardens.
The protesters had no bone to pick with the horticultural society. In fact, one prominent sign thanked the society for beautifying Port Dover and Woodhouse.
But the protesters, mostly from the Port Ryerse area backed by contingents from Haldimand and West Lincoln, strongly objected to the Faulkners and their neighbours — the Smiths, the Steinhoffs and the Woolleys — leasing land for four industrial wind turbines planned for the Port Ryerse Wind Farm. Continue reading article at: http://www.portdovermapleleaf.com/opposed-health-and-property-are-at-high-risk/

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