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Credit: By Steve Sabourin on October 1, 2014 |
A judge has denied the request of a stay involving wind turbine projects in Huron County.
A hearing was held on Monday, September 22 and dealt with the wind turbine projects in Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanash and St. Columban.
According to CHAT, a group supporting a halt to the projects, the judge in the case ruled the group did not meet the threshold of a serious issue to be tried. If a stay had been granted, then construction on the projects would have been halted until a November hearing.
CHAT officials say they will have to wait for the appeal in November which will focus on errors in law at the Environmental Review Tribunal level.
By Steve Sabourin on October 1, 2014 |
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