Harrison on Flicker

John Harrison recently submitted a report on shadow flicker to the Loyalist Council.  It noted that (1) flicker is well recognized as a nuisance, (2) the Council has the power to regulate nuisances, and (3) the Provincial GEA does not address flicker, thus allowing the Council the freedom to do so.  A typical regulation would limit the flicker to 30 hours per year at any residence, and eliminate it on public roads, where it can present a hazard to drivers, and John recommended that the Council take action to protect the residents and drivers on Amherst Island.

How much of a problem would flicker be on Amherst Island?  The clickable picture below gives an indication of the potential.

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