PEC Cultural Heritage: Worth protecting?

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PEC Cultural heritage: worth protecting?

We think so – but does the government? Can regulations protect us?

County resident Liz Driver is not asking for new laws, regulations or policies – only that the existing ones are enforced to protect the cultural heritage buildings and landscapes in South Marysburgh from industrial wind turbines.

At a Queen’s University workshop “Social and Community Aspects of Wind Power in Ontario”, Liz presented both the Ontario Government’s public position and regulations, and  her contrary, real life experience regarding the assessment of effects of The White Pines Wind Project on South Marysburgh cultural heritage landscapes (February 15, 2015).

 

This presentation is well worth reading. 

See Liz Driver’s Presentation

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Posted on March 21, 2015, in Advocacy / politics / legal, Heritage, Wind turbines. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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