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Lezignan-Corbières : les Gilets jaunes et les anti éoliens s’invitent au conseil  

Credit:  Publié le 20/12/2018 lindependant.fr ~~

[Yellow-vest and anti-wind citizens crash council meeting]

Début mouvementé pour la séance du conseil communautaire (région lézignanaise Corbières Minervois) qui se tient actuellement : une centaine de personnes s’est massée à l’entrée de la salle Pelloutier pour interpeller les élus. D’une part les Gilets jaunes demandent aux conseils municipaux de se positionner en votant une motion de soutien. D’autre part le Collectif citoyen pour des Corbières vivantes s’oppose au projet de parc éolien sur les communes de Davejean, Denacueillette, Cascatel, Laroque de Fa, Massac et Quintillan. Les élus votent ce soir l’inscription à l’appel à projet régional “collectivités pilotes énergies renouvelables”.

A hundred people massed at the door at the start of the [non-public] community council meeting in Lezignan (Corbières Minervois region) to confront the officials. The yellow-vests demanded a vote of support. The Citizens Collective for a Living Corbières, opposed a wind turbine project in Davejean, Denacueillette, Cascatel, Laroque de Fa, Massac et Quintillan. The officials are voting this evening whether to join the “renewable energy pilot communities” regional project.

Source:  Publié le 20/12/2018 lindependant.fr

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