Plympton-Wyoming residents line up to object to wind turbines

Hundreds of people converged on the Camlachie Community Centre for one of the last meetings Suncor Energy will have about its industrial wind project in Plympton-Wyoming and Lambton Shores. Many residents went inside to see where the 46 turbines will be placed and to ask questions about the project but most lingered outside where WAIT Plympton-Wyoming – a group formed to stop the project – helped people sign objection letters to Suncor’s wind center. In three hours, WAIT officials say 400 objection letters were signed and $3,000 in donations came in for the municipality’s legal battle with Suncor over its bylaw calling for turbines to be two kilometers from homes and a $200,000 deposit for each turbine.

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