Exhausted

Mothers Against Wind Turbines Inc.

Tne Tribunal winds down, but the fight goes on

Eric Gillespie (with his back to the camera) address Tribunal members Heather Gibbs and Robert Wright in Demorestville. Eric Gillespie (with his back to the camera) address Tribunal members Heather Gibbs and Robert Wright in Demorestville.

Two exhaustive years, two tribunals and one appeal. The digging, the paperwork, the questions and revelations that just maybe the ministries involved aren’t as neutral as they should be, and it’s finally over. Well, for now.

The witness lists exhausted, the hearings for the second Environmental Review Tribunal for the Ostrander Point wind turbine project wrapped up last week, leaving Tribunal panelists Robert Wright and Heather Gibbs yet again with the task of deciding the fate of the County’s south shore and the species that inhabit it.

This time, Eric Gillespie, the lawyer for the appellant—the County group known as Prince Edward County Field Naturalists— fought yet again to prove that the project would indeed harm the population of endangered Blanding’s turtle inhabiting the…

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