CCSAGE NG ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Karlo Estates Winery, Sunday March 26, 2017
Some highlights of Sunday’s well-attended AGM at Karlo Estates Winery:
MPP Todd Smith spoke about his role as energy critic, and previewed how the PC Party plans to fix the electricity system, including scrapping of the GEA and stopping the sale of Hydro One.
Mayor Robert Quaiff reported on the County’s response to a barge sinking at Picton Terminals. It was carrying a load of gravel for use in building Windlectric’s dock at Amherst Island.
Lawyer Alan Whiteley updated the group on the CCSAGE J.R., indicating that the next objective is to obtain a protective costs order in favour of CCSAGE, its Directors and its lawyer.
John Hirsch spoke on Ontario’s $100M Home Energy Conservation Incentives Program , which offers rebates for energy-saving renos on houses heated by natural gas, propane, oil or wood.
Adam Cronk, owner of Green Giant Design + Build at Picton Airport, described the PassivHaus energy standard, which can reduce heating and cooling energy costs by up to 90%. Last but not least, Chef Chris Byrne prepared delicious spanakopita paired with Karlo Estates fine wine!
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