The Regional Municipality of Manitou has taken the leap into the nuclear age. After months of negotiation and the acceptance of a position on the GCG board CAO Winter Silversmith received the land grant to build the new plant.
"The new 479MW plant eliminates the need for wind power in Manitou. We have removed the turbines from the residential district of Muskoka" Winter said.
The Mud River (nuclear) Power Generating Facility and related services occupy approximately forty percent of the district of Mud River. "Nuclear energy is safer and cleaner than coal and other fossil fuel burning plants. The wind turbines we had in place before did not generate enough electricity to meet our growing demand in our city" said Bill D'Rite Manitou Public Utilities Manager. The nuclear plant could be the first one in the Great Canadian Grid. "We're all about firsts in Manitou" Winter said "the Memorial Park region, the Archives of the Avatar, the Gingerbread building contest, we are always striving to set the bar for development and progress in the GCG".
The new district includes four residential units on the southern parcels that have a view of the Manitoulin Memorial Park region. These homes offer one thousand personal prims each for MC$ 0 per month. "We removed the homes on the Meaford Mall district and we're expanding the kiosk areas" remarked Winter.
The new nuclear plant went online this morning providing electricity throughout the city on the existing infrastructure.
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