"Further be it resolved that if the (one-year) moratorium (on wind turbine developments) is not announced prior to the start date of the conference, that all municipal officials in attendance at the conference representing municipalities in opposition to the autocratic and dictatorial processes utilized by the government in establishing the Green Energy Act, shall leave the room immediately when the agenda reaches the point that the premier or his designate addresses the conference, in a show of solidarity to once again demonstrate to our provincial government our frustration, anger and disappointment over their complete and total mishandling of the Green Energy Act. and Industrial Wind Turbines in particular."The article in the London Free Press, "Wind turbines McGuinty’s Waterloo?", quotes from Arran-Elderslie's council, and works to the conclusion:
According to other sources, some municipal leaders believe the message has been received by Queen's Park and are reluctant to take part in a walkout. Others have expressed reservations about the walkout because it would be a show of disrespect for the premier.
The folks in that camp should remember that this is the same premier who has been showing rural Ontario nothing but disrespect since he was elected eight years ago.