No wind turbine 'state of emergency' in Kincardine
The Canadian Press
Published Friday, November 9, 2012 11:21AM EST
There will be no state of emergency declared in Kincardine, based on the health effects of wind turbines on people.
Anti-wind turbine activist Bill Palmer called on council to declare a state of emergency so that people can be protected against the health effects of wind turbines.
Palmer believes the municipality is within its right to make such a declaration and it would send a message to the province about the health concerns of those living near the turbines.
Mayor Larry Kraemer says the request meets none of the criteria for making such a declaration.
If you are on the scene of breaking news and capture it with your mobile device, share your pictures or video with MyNews.