GRAND BEND - Until a few months ago, Lisa Michaud didn’t know who ‘MOE’ was.Please read the entire article at the Sarnia This Week site
The Thamesville woman and her family have gotten to know MOE - also known as the Ministry of the Environment - as they deal with the government agency because of the impacts of living beside industrial wind turbines.
Michaud, who recently spoke to a crowd of over 300 people in Grand Bend, suffers from severe headaches and vertigo - conditions which started after four industrial turbines were set up by Kent Breeze and Suncor near the family’s rural home.
Her son, Josh, is also affected. He used to work in construction on roofs but can’t anymore because of the dizziness he experiences. “It’s like there is a constant ringing in my ears,” he says comparing it to coming out of a really loud concert.
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Thamesville family impacted by wind turbines tells Lambton to act now
Thamesville family impacted by wind turbines tells Lambton to act now - Sarnia This Week - Ontario, CA:
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