Kawartha Conservation Board reluctantly approves Snowy Ridge Development

The wind turbine project applications in City of Kawartha Lakes are approved, pending Ministerial appeal.
Due to legislative constraints in addition to the advice provided by legal counsel, Kawartha Conservation’s Board of Directors deemed there was no option other than to approve Capstone Power Development’s permit applications for their proposed construction of the Snowy Ridge Wind Park in the former Township of Manvers.
Based on staff review of the permit applications, a number of permit conditions have been included to ensure that the Snowy Ridge Wind Park can satisfy all of the Conservation Authority’s policy requirements/conditions for construction within a watercourse and a watercourse valley.
Any questions about this project and Kawartha Conservation’s regulations can be directed to Kawartha Conservation’s director of watershed management Mark Majchrowski at 705-328-2271 ext. 215 or through email at MMajchrowski@KawarthaConservation.com.

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