Preliminary plans to erect a wind turbine just east of Port Stanley met with opposition from local bird enthusiasts at a public meeting Wednesday at the Port Stanley arena.
Organized by the Elgin Area Primary Water Supply System (EAPWSS), the meeting was designed to gather public feedback on whether it would be feasible to construct a wind turbine which would supply energy for the Elgin Area Water Treatment plant, located east of Hawk Cliff Road.
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By Kyle Rea
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