Credit: Nan Berrett,
9 March 2011 ~~
Police were called to eject protesters from a meeting in the Goyder Council chambers in Burra on Friday.
The Regional Council of Goyder Development Assessment Panel had convened its regular meeting when a member of the gallery left his seat and delivered a stream of abusive language.
The panel was considering an application from Waterloo Wind Farm developer Roaring 40s to erect a wind monitoring mast on the Burra Hills as part of the company’s proposed Stony Gap wind energy project.
FULL STORY IN THIS WEEK’S NORTHERN ARGUS (ISSUE MARCH 9, 2011)
9 March 2011
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