Town monitoring proposed quarry

Town monitoring proposed quarry

There are 32 comments on the The Independent and Free Press story from Jul 23, 2008, titled Town monitoring proposed quarry. In it, The Independent and Free Press reports that:

The Town is monitoring a proposed quarry application that may have an effect on the Town of Halton Hills.

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Big mouth Joan Robson

Milton, Canada

#22 Sep 24, 2008
Joan Robson will take care of it all with her big mouth when she opens it she puts her foot in it
Terra Cotta

Toronto, Canada

#23 Nov 17, 2008
Thursday Nov 13 | Canada NewsWire

Caledon Rockfort Quarry Community Meeting

In preparation for the May 2009 OMB Hearing regarding its ongoing opposition to the proposed Rockfort Quarry application submitted by James Dick Construction Limited , The Coalition of Concerned Citizens is ...

http://www.topix.com/ca/caledon-on/2008/11
Rockfort Quarry

Toronto, Canada

#24 Nov 18, 2008
REMINDER: Coalition Rockfort Quarry Meeting

PLEASE DON'T MISS THESE TWO IMPORTANT MEETINGS

As Woody Allen said,'80% of life is showing up!'

November 19, 2008
Coalition of Concerned Citizens ROCKFORT QUARRY INFORMATION EVENING, 7-9
PM at the Caledon Country Club, 2121 Olde Baseline Rd., Inglewood, L7C
0K7 (1 km west of McLaughlin Rd.). Admission is free.

December 10, 2008
The Town of Caledon's PUBLIC MEETING, Caledon Community Complex, Caledon
East (details TBD). Caledon Council receives input from the public about
the proposed Rockfort application.

“Continually Updated from Net”

Since: Jan 07

A PBS place in an MTV world

#25 Nov 23, 2008
'We have tremendous concerns...' Grand Council Chief

http://www.topix.com/forum/ca/ontario/TN4L643...
PERL

Toronto, Canada

#26 Dec 4, 2008
What’s the background on the proposed Mount Nemo quarry?

In 2007, the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) designated the new Grindstone Creek Headwaters Wetland Complex as a Provincially Significant wetland complex.

In early 2008, Nelson Aggregate was forced to modify their new quarry application and Adaptive Management Plan,

as a significant portion of the proposed quarry site was within this Wetland Complex and

therefore off limits to extraction.

However, the company is still seeking to remove two Provincially Significant wetlands within the Significant Woodland in the Southwest section of the property.

The Provincial Policy Statement supposedly protects these important features.

In June 2006 and again in March 2008,

over 500 concerned citizens wrote letters to the MNR stating their formal objection to this quarry application.

In March 2008, Nelson Aggregate replied to those objectors by sending out a generic response to the issues and concerns that were raised.

Nelson Aggregate has chosen to continue with the Aggregate Resources Act (ARA) application process,

despite formal objections to the MNR from the City of Burlington & the Halton Region that

Nelson Aggregate’s decision to continue down this path was ‘premature’,

due to serious outstanding hydrogeological and

ecological issues.

Now the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources has approved a request by Nelson Aggregate Co. to allow for a Joint Board hearing on the application.

We at PERL believe, as do the City, Region, Conservation Halton and Niagara Escarpment Commission, that

a Joint Board hearing is premature.

The Halton Region JART has not held a public meeting since 2005,

nor published a technical report of its findings.

PERL is aware that the JART have a number of outstanding issues with this application.

It is our understanding that the JART will hold a public meeting to present its report,

but the timing is as yet undefined.

www.perlofburlington.org
BEANS

Richmond Hill, Canada

#27 Dec 22, 2008
Mining limestone in Indiana.

Central Indiana sits on some of the largest underground aquifers in North America.

Created from glaciers and surrounded by hard rock, filtered by glacial wash, sand and gravel.

To mine the limestone a hole is dug and a underground mine is created.

Because of the aquifers clean pure water must be pumped out and drained away via a creek or stream.

The clean water is pumped into streams that feed a river that has a reservoir feeding it.

In the late summer the impounded water is released into the very river being fed by the mines.

Yet with laws like this the clean water is restricted so the dirty impounded water can be released at higher rates to supply drinking to the capitol downstream, Indianapolis...
Weiners

Richmond Hill, Canada

#28 Dec 22, 2008
Because the miners also surface mine the sand and gravel from above the limestone mines above they must adhere to these laws,

forcing higher cost to all users of this material.

Which is all homeowners, business owners and government,

for the material mined is used to make concrete and asphalt.

These laws are titled to look good but the effects are way outside the title, as is the case here.

Funny thing is the pumps that are outlawed to the miners sit 100 yards from the pumps the local cities have to provide drinking water, because it is pure and clean.

The real crime here is that the miners are Wall streeter's and

when they pumped out the water they also drained many wells from the surrounding neighbors and the courts will not touch the Wall streeter's who pay off the Congress but will prosecute the local owners of small mines that have no pumps.

More fascism, this time under cover of protecting us from the big, bad corporations who ruin our environment.

Fact is these laws are only enforced upon the competitors of those who corrupt our government, Wall streeter's.

http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/M/MOUNTA...
CVC

Toronto, Canada

#29 Feb 16, 2009
Credit Valley Conservation votes on February 20, 2009

http://coalitioncaledon.com/
Rockfort Quarry

Toronto, Canada

#30 Mar 5, 2009
Live TV coverage of Peel Region council begins March 5

http://www.thebramptonguardian.com/news/artic...

A vote at the Region of Peel will be held April 2nd.

Please plan to attend if you can.

In the meantime, please write letters to your local & Regional Councilors about your concerns regarding the Rockfort Quarry.

The Region could be liable for costs if the proposal should all go terribly wrong.
Terra Cotta Coalition

Toronto, Canada

#31 Mar 10, 2009
... 300 to 400 people showed up at a public meeting held on a snowy December night at the Caledon Country Club.

http://www.topix.com/ca/caledon-on

Willa Gauthier, the group's fundraising co-ordinator, told the crowd the opposition they had mounted since 1997 had involved

350,000 volunteer hours,

the equivalent of 15 paid employees annually, or

174 paid positions since the fight began...

http://www.topix.com/forum/ca/caledon-on/TST6...
pict outcomes

Toronto, Canada

#32 Feb 1, 2011
Flyers in Garbage

Toronto, Canada

#33 Oct 20, 2014

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