A Prince Edward County group fighting the 27 turbine wind farm proposed for South Marysburgh and Athol wards heard what they didn’t want to hear today(Wednesday).
A Divisional Court judge has dismiissed the Alliance to Protect Prince Edward County’s attempt to appeal an Environmental Review Tribunal(ERT) decision to allow land clearing at the wind farm site.
Today(March 30) the judge dismissed APPEC’s attempt to have the clearing stopped because the court didn’t have the reasons that the ERT decided to allow the work to proceed.
The Tribunal’s decision did not include it’s reasoning, which APPEC believes is “handcuffing” it’s attempts to stop the project.
The Divisional Court allowed that an appeal could be made again if it includes the Tribunal’s reasons for it’s decision.
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