By Barb McKay
Jutta Splettstoesser placed two No Nuke Dump signs on her property last Sunday to get fellow residents thinking about potential impacts of hosting nuclear waste.
She was surprised when less than 24 hours later the signs were gone.
Splettstoesser and her husband Ralph were given the signs when they attended a meeting hosted by Save Our Saugeen Shores in
Splettstoesser said the couple decided to place a sign on each of their two properties on the South Line to get residents in the area to start paying attention to the project, particularly when Huron-Kinloss and
“It makes people think,” she said. “There’s a lot of people who don’t know anything about it.”
On Monday morning, Splettstoesser said she looked outside and noticed the signs were gone. As well, some wind energy signs she had posted were taken down and tossed in a field. She contacted the South Bruce OPP and reported the signs stolen, but so far hasn’t found out what happened to them.
Splettstoesser said she plans to continue to educate herself about nuclear waste storage and will attend the open houses in Ripley on Sept. 11 and 12.
“I’m just continuing, as much as I can, to keep reading about it,” she said.