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Windfarm Discussion Continues For Ashfield-Colbourne Wawanosh  

Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh reeve Ben Van Diepenbeek says he doesn’t believe a two-week delay in passing their bylaw on setbacks for wind turbines will affect Epcor’s Kingsbridge 2 project.

Van Diepenbeek says the bylaw was deferred at their last council meeting because they wanted to investigate some new information and they wanted to give new councillors a chance to look over the bylaw.

Van Diepenbeek says he’s confident that the setbacks of 400 metres to a house and 600 to an urban development are adequate and he says the bylaw will come before council again at its next meeting.


17 February 2007

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