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Kincardine Wind Debate Still Blowing  

A wind farm opponent in Kincardine says a former councillor’s vote shouldn’t have been made.

While Enbridge Wind Farms was looking for another zoning approval – opponent Andy Robinson was voicing his concern about past votes.

Robinson says former Kincardine Councilor Howard Ribey should never have been at the table for any wind farm votes because Ribey is a pubic proponent of wind energy and is under contact with Enbridge to host windmills on his Bruce Township farm.

Ribey says he did excuse himself when Enbridge applications were up for discussion and says he only stayed at the table for unrelated wind farm motions on Kincardine’s Cruickshank farm.

Robinson argued the Cruickshank farm is in the same Municipality and says “if you vote one in you get the rest.”


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