‘I don’t plan on moving because of wind turbines’ says Stayner man

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“The situation in Simcoe County is probably different than in Perth County,” he said. “The policies in Perth County prevent building a second house on the property.”

However, Howard said large parcels of land may not have residences on them, but still need to be considered for the potential of houses when locating turbines, something he says Invenergy Canada has missed.

“In fact, they’re missing existing houses too on the maps when we go through them,” Howard said. “I’m not certain that Invenergy has a viable project in this area based on the information we have.”


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