Credit: By Lee Michaels on April 25, 2014 |
After five years of fighting, Esther Wrightman has decided to call it quits.
The anti-wind turbine activist has put her home in Adelaide Metcalfe up for sale, and she and her parents, who live across the street from each other, are moving to New Brunswick.
She says they’re doing so to protect their family’s health after NextEra’s giant turbines started going up in their back yard
Her parents plan to relocate their greenhouse business to New Brunswick and start over again next summer, but admits she has lost faith in the political system
By Lee Michaels on April 25, 2014 |
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