By Bob Boughner, Chatham Daily News
MITCHELL’S BAY- Company officials aren’t commenting on reports of a multi-million dollar lawsuit reportedly filed in connection with a $300 million wind turbine project in the former Dover township.
David Timm, vice-president of International Power Canada, would only say Monday the matter was before the courts “and therefore I can’t comment.” The Chatham Daily News caught wind of an unconfirmed multi-million lawsuit Sunday. Reports say the lawsuit is being filed by neighbours – against neighbours.
North Kent councillor Leon Leclair said Monday he has heard through the grapevine that “some neighbours are suing neighbours” in Dover over turbines, and that the turbine company is handling the matter for its landowner clients. “But I don’t have any more information I can add,” he said. “That all I’ve heard.” North Kent councillor Joe Faas of Dresden said he wasn’t aware of any impending lawsuits in Dover.
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