Here are photos of the Ostrander Point property taken on Sep 6 and 7, 2011 which show the impact of work relating to clearance of unexploded ordnance (UXO). Click on each thumbnail for a larger photo then use the back arrow to return to the main article.
This work is being done to faciliate construction of the Gilead wind project, but in advance of any decision on project approval by Ontario’s MNR and MOE. It is under the control Canada’s Department of National Defence with the acquiescence of Ontario’s Ministry of Natural Resources.
The first three photos are aerial shots taken by County photographer Steven Draper on September 6, 2011 from a helicopter chartered by the Treat Hull election campaign. Note the extensive pattern of diagonal tracks cleared by a bush hogg.
The following three ground shots were taken on September 7 and show the bush hogg tracks close up.