Trish and Shawn Drennan are now self- represented in the latest challenge against the K2 wind project. The date for the motion to strike and dismiss their claims is currently set for January 19, 2017 in Goderich, Ontario. Support the fight with seats in the seats or drop a line to the Drennans directly. Fighting for justice for all who have been adversely harmed by wind power facilities.
Drennan’s Renew Wind Farm Lawsuit
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Shawn and Tricia Drennan are representing themselves in Goderich Court.
They filed an amended statement of claim Wednesday in regard to the current operation of K2.
Drennan reminds us that his original claim was filed in the spring of 2013, which was more than two years before the 270 megawatt project was completed.
He says significant facts of the case have changed since then, and that K2 wants to strike down certain provisions of the Drennans’ original claim.
The 2013 claim asked that renewable energy approval be stayed and that K2 not be built.
The document also sought damages.
The Drennans’ Constitutional argument of the original claim was heard by the Environmental Review Tribunal and upheld by the Ontario Court of Appeal.
Drennan admits the process is a challenge since Toronto-based lawyer Julian Falconer is no longer representing the couple.
Superior Court Judge Russell Raikes advised Drennan on the correct way to file the amended claim, and has set January 19th as the date for the motion to strike to be heard in Goderich Court.