Site 41 - MP Brown calls on the Premier to Protect our Ground Water
August 19, 2009
Barrie – MP Patrick Brown issued a letter to Premier Dalton McGuinty today calling on him to follow the approach suggested by Barrie City Council in their motion of August 10, 2009 and immediately cease activity on Site 41.
August 19, 2009.
"That the County of Simcoe be requested to immediately cease activity on Site 41. Until the environmental issues and concerns of City of Barrie residents as it relates to the potential impact of Site 41 on their drinking water can properly be assessed. That the Province be asked to support all municipalities in the implementation of alternative forms of waste removal and destruction that do not include simply burying waste in the ground for thousands of years. "
This motion was put forth by Councillor Michael Prowse and ratified by council on August 10, 2009. I would wholeheartedly encourage you to support the approach suggested by Barrie City Council.
An investment of 30 million dollars in Lake Simcoe proves very clearly that the federal government believes in protecting the water sources of Simcoe County. The province of Ontario must take full responsibility and stop anything from developing that could damage our water.
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