WE THOUGHT IT WAS OVER! TURBINE FIGHT STILL GOING! REMEDY HEARING FEB. 28TH!
Wind project developer (WPD) have been granted another chance that could allow them to install wind turbines at Clearview. They lost at the Tribunal on the grounds the project would cause serious harm to human health due to the wind turbines interfering and creating risks for safe aviation movements at the adjacent Collingwood airport. Serious harm to bats was proven.
ON TUESDAY, FEB. 28. LITTLE BROWN BATS ARE CENTRE STAGE!
A REMEDY HEARING has been granted to allow WPD to present their mitigations measures which need to prove that the mortalities caused by the wind turbines will not cause irreversible harm to the critically endangered bat population which is facing possible extinction.
(28-Feb-17, 10:30 AM)
(01-Mar-17, 10:00 AM)
WHERE? Council Chambers, Collingwood, Town Of Collingwood, P.O. Box 157, 97 Hurontario Street, Collingwood, ON
To confirm dates and times look up case number 16-036 under hearings section on the Environmental Review Tribunal website: http://elto.gov.on.ca/ert/hearings/
 The Tribunal finds that over the lifespan the Project, it is more likely than not that the Project will cause serious harm to the local population of little brown myotis from which it will not recover and cannot be reversed. Therefore, without additional mitigation measures in place, the Tribunal finds that engaging in the Project in accordance with the REA will cause irreversible harm to little brown myotis.
16-036 WIGGINS V. ONTARIO(MOECC): http://elto.gov.on.ca/ert/hearings/