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ERT continues Monday

The Ostrander Point Environmental Review Tribunal appeal of the Ministry of Environment’s approval of Gilead Power’s turbine project on the south shore of Prince Edward County continues at the Sophiasburgh Town Hall in Demorestville on Monday. The session starts at 9:30 a.m.

Among the items on the agenda is the completion of the cross-examination of Dr. Paul Catling, Research Scientist for Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. Parker Gallant, Wind Concerns Ontario vice-president, and others who have been given presenter status, may also be speaking.

The next ERT session is set for March 25-28, again at the Sophiasburg town hall. On March 25-27 Prince Edward County Field Naturalist (PECFN) witnesses David Okines, Ted Cheskey, Don Davis, and Kari Gunson are to testify.  Martin Scott, from the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, is to testify by video link on March 28.

In the meantime, PECFN vice president and Alliance to Protect Prince Edward County (APPEC) members, are supporting Amherst Island neighbours by signing a petition on the website of MPP Randy Hillier  in regard to Algonquin Power’s proposed Amherst Island industrial wind turbine project.

The petition: http://www.randyhilliermpp.com/amherst_island
The survey:  http://www.randyhilliermpp.com/amherst_island_survey

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