Suncor Reps Meet With Plympton-Wyoming Council

Protesters gather outside Sarnia courthouse in support of the Town of Plympton-Wyoming in its lawsuit with Suncor, February 26, 2014. (Photo by Melanie Irwin)

The mayor of Plympton-Wyoming says they’ve listened and will again look over Suncor Energy’s concerns with their Industrial Wind Turbines bylaws.

Representatives of the company, which has taken the municipality to court, discussed the matter with council this afternoon. (Wed)

Lonny Napper says council will pass their comments onto the town’s solicitor and go from there.

During their Superior Court hearing at Sarnia’s courthouse in February, the judge requested the two parties try to discuss options face-to-face.

Judgement on Suncor’s challenge of the bylaws, which include a 2 km setback from nearby homes, has been reserved until a later unspecified time.

Suncor plans to build 46 turbines, primarily in Plympton-Wyoming.