China based owners of the company want to take over our rail corridor owned by Dufferin County (aka ‘we the residents’) for it’s transmission line.
… she and her husband moved out of the wind farm.
“We were fine before the turbines were there and after they started, we were sick. When we moved, we got better,” she said.
… of Amaranth Township said he has been unable to live in his rural home, which he built in the late 1980s, ever since a substation for wind turbine power was erected across the street and put online on Feb. 16, 2006.
Two 100-megawatt transformers are linked to 133 wind turbines, he said.
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A Melancthon man who built his dream home in 2004 has “moved… to the city for peace & quiet” during the week, returning on weekends to maintain his dream home, which he has relunctantly listed with a real estate company. “I hate to sell it. I don’t want to sell it.”, he laments in the video below. The home has 9 wind turbines within 900 m.
… spent an endless number of hours building his dream home in Melancthon. He just listed it with the real estate company…
One reason why my wife and I moved to South Cayuga (July ’09) was due to the imminent installation of wind “farms” in our old neighbourhood (Belwood Ontario area)… Google OBWF . We had journeyed “up the road” on a number of occasions to the site of a mega wind farm in Melancthon Township (near Shelburne Ontario) and were not, at all, pleased…
… found the wind towers so intolerable that they moved out of their house and slept in a tent in the backyard
… cows stopped calving, and their milk production suffered accordingly. “He moved to Saskatchewan,”
… moved into a house in the nearby town of Shelburne.
… were living “inside a microwave oven environment” near the TransAlta transformer substation in Amaranth until forced out by ill health.
… 200 homes of which there are now five vacant at Ripley, the two at the local substation, and one more near Kincardine
They have been forced out of their homes at the recommendation of their doctor, who used to be a medical officer of health, because of the constant noise and electrical pollution produced by the substation.