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Milton, Canada

#1 Dec 13, 2008
Bet Trick Ricky did not told the voters how much to fix that mess
Cut all there payes

Milton, Canada

#2 Dec 14, 2008
Good man

Milton, Canada

#3 Dec 14, 2008

Milton, Canada

#4 Dec 20, 2008
Ever year it cost more to fix ask rick he was on council then

Milton, Canada

#5 Dec 21, 2008
shame on you
ask Joe he knows

Richmond Hill, Canada

#6 Dec 25, 2008
a few clues in a similar Georgetown Guyana story

Had extensive work not been done on the drainage systems since 2005...

16 hrs ago | Stabroek News

The Stabroek News editorial dated Monday December 22, 2008, captioned a Tinker-ing,a contains several inaccuracies and misrepresentations of facts relating to the National Drainage and Irriga-tion Authority ... Comment?

Related Topix: Agriculture, Science, South America, World News, Guyana, Weather

the boy must play


#7 Dec 28, 2008
Good day with all the rain
Taxpayer will payt


#8 Dec 30, 2008
no money


#9 Jan 19, 2009
Flood down back of todd road

Toronto, Canada

#10 Jan 19, 2009
City's finance chief Joe Rinaldo set to retire

Nicole Macintyre 2008/12/23

(Dec 23, 2008)- Hamilton is losing another senior manager in less than a week.



#11 Feb 5, 2009
storm water management

Toronto, Canada

#12 Feb 11, 2009
Not fit to drive on


#13 Feb 12, 2009
Freeze, thaw sets drivers up for rough ride with all the pothols in Halton Hills
no money


#14 Feb 12, 2009


#15 Feb 12, 2009


#16 Feb 12, 2009
storm water


#17 Feb 14, 2009
Pier Property Inc. fined after guilty plea
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May 15, 2008
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A Puslinch company was fined in Guelph court yesterday for allowing a storm water management system to be built without provincial approval.

Lawyer Peter Pickfield appeared on behalf of Pier Property Inc. to enter a guilty plea to one count under the Ontario Water Resources Act.

Nicholas Adamson, a prosecutor with the provincial Ministry of the Environment, said Pier Property owns a parcel of land at Brock and McLean roads occupied by related trucking company TransX.

In December 2006, the company built a storm water system on the property without a certificate of approval and subsequently operated the system, also without the required provincial approvals.

Adamson said Pier Property had entered a contract with a third-party company to construct the TransX terminal. The lawyer said this company was responsible for getting required approvals, and Pier Property did not know the approvals had not been received until the ministry charges were laid.

Adamson noted the company has since applied to the ministry for approvals and received them.

The prosecutor and Pickfield both asked justice of the peace Michael Cuthbertson to endorse a joint submission for a $7,500 fine.

After Cuthbertson had imposed that fine, Guelph resident Bill Manderson stood and asked to file a victim impact statement with the court. It was his complaint to the ministry early last year that ultimately led to the charges against Pier Property, TransX Ltd. and TransX vice-president Georges St. Arnaud. The charges against TransX and St. Arnaud were withdrawn yesterday after Pier Property pleaded guilty.

Adamson said Manderson told him Tuesday he wanted to file the statement, but Adamson said after reviewing the document he did not feel it was appropriate to file because it did not specifically address the matters before the court.

"He has wider concerns, which may or may not lead to further investigation," the prosecutor said, adding Manderson's concerns have been shared with the Environment Ministry.

Cuthbertson declined to receive Manderson's statement.

"You have every right to pursue these matters, but not through the court today," he said.

Outside court, Manderson said he has spoken to ministry officials about his belief contaminated water is being discharged from TransX and other properties into the Carroll Pond, a man-made basin that will soon be constructed into a municipal drain to remove storm water.

Manderson alleged the $3 million Carroll Pond Municipal Drain project "has always been an integral part of the TransX (property) storm water management process."

In an interview last month, Pickfield denied this, saying TransX would have preferred to simply build its own storm water management system "but we couldn't because of the municipal drain project."

The Carroll Pond project calls for two settlement ponds to be constructed on TransX-owned land by the current pond.
Family Day

Toronto, Canada

#18 Feb 16, 2009
Watermain Break Shuts Down Lake Shore Blvd W



#19 Dec 16, 2009
When will they clean up this mess
the lands Sad but True

Toronto, Canada

#20 Dec 16, 2009
been that way since


as Brent Marshal said 30+ years of Your present Mayor
on 2 Councils


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