Let us help you Connect The Dots
I feel fine. So what is the problem?
Not everyone is affected. READ ON and find out who is and why. LISTEN to your spouse, your children, your neighbours. PAY ATTENTION to your pets, your livestock. OBSERVE your wild life.
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Reporting Wind Project Concerns / Complaints in Niagara
You should make 3 Reports each time you call or write. Each time you call, identify the project , and ask for a Confirmation # So your call / complaint will be registered.
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Use this form to record your current observations,
what you have noticed or done so far. For your Pets or Livestock you may have noticed a loss of appetite, prowling at night, avoidance of certain areas of the house or barn or field, agitation, bad temper. Mark down the changes.
SOLUTIONS … are there any?
The more information you keep the better you will understand the problem. The better you understand the problem the closer we all are to finding solutions. Your compiled notes will help you to find some of those solutions.
Suggestions for information to keep in your journal.
The purpose of a journal is:
(a) To help you to identify when you are most affected; (b) What the factors contributing to your symptoms may be; (c) Tracking the symptoms/problems; (d) Monitoring when the symptoms go away; (e) Clarifying in your own mind what the problems really are.
Suggestions for information to keep in your journal.docWhat is happening.doc
What is happening? I don’t hear anything.
You cannot see the wind, but you can feel it on your cheeks. You cannot SEE an earthquake but you can feel the vibrations, you can see things falling down or shaking. Turbines create turbulence. Turbines vibrate. Turbines transmit sound. All of it is WAVES that are passing through the ground, the air and through your property. Some properties, some buildings and some people are more vulnerable.
2 thoughts on “CONNECT THE DOTS….ARE YOU AFFECTED BY THE INDUSTRIAL WIND TURBINES IN WEST LINCOLN”
Reblogged this on Patti Kellar and commented:
West Lincoln has done an excellent job of helping people connect the dots.