Saugeen Shores ? Show Support for Local Wind Energy Projects

Ontario lakeshore municipalities, like Chatham-Kent, Wolfe Island and Niagara, are courting renewable economic development, while Saugeen Shores is turning it away. Wind power benefits the residents of today and tomorrow.

Show Support for Local Wind Farm Projects

Saugeen Shores council needs to see who will be affected by stopping local wind turbines projects. Let them see you, the local businesses and residents, who will be denied job opportunities and contracts. Stand forward and show council their actions will result in you, area farmers, losing significant guaranteed annual incomes. Neighbours come forward and show council how much they missed by similar actions in the past.

The Town of Saugeen Shores is located on the beautiful shoreline of Lake Huron in Ontario, Canada.  With a permanent population of 11,800 Saugeen Shores includes Port Elgin, Southampton and Saugeen Township.

For more info, call 1-877-396-3540.

What: A council vote on Deputy-Mayor Luke Charbonneau’s resolution to suspend the Arran & North Bruce wind projects.

When: March 14, 2011

Where: Council Chambers – 600 Tomlinson Dr., Port Elgin

Begins At: Doors close at 7:30 pm SHARP!