CEO fronts court today
SOUTH Gippsland Shire Council CEO Tim Tamlin will today (Tuesday) address the Supreme Court in Melbourne about council’s handling of noise complaints in relation to Bald Hills Wind Farm.
He will be asked to explain council’s actions in complying with a court order in August 2017 to investigate the noise complaints.
Mr Tamlin’s appearance follows ongoing legal action by wind farm neighbours who believe council has failed to adequately followup their complaints about turbine noise which they say is having an adverse impact upon their health.
Council last month voted to pay a consultant $33,600 to determine if noise monitoring is required at the wind farm.
The Star understands council asked the neighbours to drop their request for Mr Tamlin to appear, on the grounds council had engaged a consultant to investigate turbine noise.
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