Time for another letter writing exercise…here is your assignment!
“PRIVATE PROJECT ON PRIVATE LAND, NOT ON PUBLIC ROADS”
Thank you to all who wrote letters in support of Manvers Wind Concerns’ opposition to the proposed Sumac Ridge Wind Project! Please be assured your letters are VERY important to all involved.
Hi Folks, a nice way to show our appreciation for Chan Sham’s outstanding support for this community would be to buy a ticket and fill the hall ……..
Pontypool Grain Elevator
A message from :
Manvers Historical invites you to a “Welcome to Our Community” Dinner for the Chan Sham Temple and the Buddhist Organization on Saturday May 3, 2014 at 6:30 p.m at the Ranch, Ski Hill Road, Bethany followed by greetings from politicians, organizations etc and a presentation by the Buddhist Organization.
Chinese Dinner $20.00/person
Payment by April 25 to:
Manvers Historical Society 1480 Hwy 7A Bethany LOA 1AO
RSVP to email@example.com or 705 277-2751
The Buddhist Association of Canada’s Cham Shan Temple
Wpd had requested access to Wild Turkey Road as one of its proposed routes for the Sumac Ridge Wind Project. Wild Turkey Road is an “unopened” municipal road allowance.
The City of Kawartha Lakes Council passed the following resolution today with respect to Wild Turkey Rd.
RESOLVED THAT Report ENG2014-004, Sumac Ridge Wind Turbine Project
Impact on Infrastructure (Wild Turkey Road), be received;
THAT any request by wpd Canada and/or future successors for use of the unopened
portion of Wild Turkey Road for property access and/or other vehicular traffic to support
proposed wind turbine development be refused; and
THAT Report ENG2014-004 and a copy of Council’s decision be forwarded to wpd
Canada, the Premier, the Minister of Environment, the Minister of Energy, the
Environmental Review Tribunal, and the Ministry of Transportation, Regional Office.
Wpd has not called or held a public meeting, posted or presented any of its recent options to the public yet.
City of Kawartha Lakes
Ontario government has the power to cancel contracts with wind turbine operators.
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