Prince Edward County mayor Peter Mertens recognizes the issue over wind has divided neighbours and residents. Mertens sits down with reporter Nicole Kleinsteuber and discusses moving forward.
Moving Forward – an overview of the debate over wind projects in Prince Edward County
The issue over wind projects planned for Prince Edward County has been long debated and split the community. Prince Edward County Voice reporter Nicole Kleinsteuber breaks down the controversy…
Community speaks out about wind projects at Town Hall meeting (Part 2)
Community speaks out about wind projects at Town Hall meeting (Part 1)
Over 200 people packed St. Andrew’s Church in Picton on February 2, 2012 to hear the public have their say on proposed wind projects along the south shore of Prince Edward County. The three hour meeting was hosted by Prince Edward Hastings MPP Todd Smith to give parties on both sides of this issue an opportunity to speak. All comments and concerns were recorded and submitted to the Ministry of Environment. Prince Edward County Voice reporter Nicole Kleinsteuber recorded the discussion.
Santa spreads Christmas cheer in Picton
Hundreds of county residents awaited Santa’s arrival in Picton on Sunday. QNet News reporter Nicole Kleinsteuber recorded some highlights from the parade.
Picton honours Canadian soldiers on Remembrance Day
Hundreds gather in Cenotaph Park in Picton to remember Canadian soldiers who fought and died for freedom. QNet News reporter Nicole Kleinsteuber reports…
Liveliness over wind farm sparks debate
Provincial election candidates blew into Picton to address concerns over potential wind project at Ostrander Point. Prince Edward County Voice reporter Nicole Kleinsteuber has the story…
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Introducting 'Moving Forward: past the debate over wind projects in Prince Edward County.' Digital story by Nicole Kleinsteuber to be posted soon.