Friday February 28, 2014
Tuesday January 28, 2014
Monday November 25, 2013
Monday November 18, 2013
Thursday September 19, 2013
- Co-owners Road Use Agreement (As to Form - September 10, 2013 - Redacted)
- Bornish Road Use Agreement (As to Form - September 10, 2013 - Redacted)
- Kerwood Road Use Agreement (As to Form - September 10, 2013 - Redacted)
Wednesday September 18, 2013
Friday August 23, 2013
Tuesday July 2, 2013
- Curriculum Vitae - Christopher Traini
- Geometric Design Manual Part 1
- Geometric Design Manual Part 2
- Geometric Design Manual Part 3
- Geometric Design Manual Part 4
- County Response to Applicant Interrogatories
Friday June 21, 2013
Monday June 17, 2013
Tuesday May 21, 2013
- Bornish Wind, LP, Kerwood Wind, Inc. and Jericho Wind, Inc. Applications for Leave to Construct Transmission Facilities Board File no. (EB-2013-0040 and EB-2013-0041) - Applicant Interrogatory Responses - Extension Request
Monday May 6, 2013
Sunday March 24, 2013
Thursday March 21, 2013
- Letter to the Ontario Energy Board requesting intervenor status and an oral hearing. Letter to the Ontario Energy Board
Thursday February 21, 2013
- Middlesex County setting parameters for transmission lines. Read the full story from the Londoner http://www.thelondoner.ca/2013/02/21/nextera-energy-wind-farm-plans-moving-forward
February 19th, 2013
Dear members of County Council and staff,
The OEB received NextEra's submitted a "leave to construct" applications for the 115 kV transmission lines for the Bornish and Kerwood wind projects. NextEra requested a "written submissions" hearing rather than oral hearings.
I note adjacent landowners have not been served notice of the hearing nor has NextEra published any advertisement in the local newspapers. As the County is the landowner/host of the major portion of this project, one would expect written notification to the County. I see no reference on the Feb.19 agenda of notification received.
That this application was published only on the OEB's website (for those who would search for it) is a poor example of consultation "best practice." Neither adjoining landowners nor the county have been treated fairly. As the project is to be built on County right of way, the County must address the significantly increased safety and liability issues involved.
Please indicate that the County takes these issues seriously and request:
1) an oral hearing be held as is our right.
2) intervenor status for the County so that a full examination of the safety issues may be properly had.
Thank you for your email in regard to wind farms in Middlesex County.
From an administrative perspective, I would like to point out two things:
1. You are correct that Middlesex County has not, to the best of my knowledge received formal notification in writing of the application as of yet. However, with that being said, we were able to confirm that the application was submitted on Friday. With this in mind, we are recommending to council that they provide us with administrative permission to intervene at the council meeting today.
2. Our practice is to distribute our public agendas approximately a week before the council meeting. As of last Tuesday, we had not received nor were we able to confirm that any submissions were made to the OEB. As a result, we did not list the item on our agenda that was distributed for today. However, due to the fact that this is a time sensitive item, in accordance with our procedural bylaw, we do have the option administratively of requesting that council add an item to the agenda at the beginning of the meeting. It is my intent to request that the OEB application intervenor status be added to the agenda at the beginning of the meeting.
CAO Middlesex County
NextEra Energy Wind Turbine Presentation to Middlesex County Council. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmcY4qj-WQU&playnext=1&list=PLAA6C173FC09A8A1B&feature=results_video
Presentation - Leave to Construct Applications Process - Wind Energy in Middlesex County. Power Point Presentation