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Applause greets Jessup’s Falls land decision
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council’s decision affects plans for local developer Pierre Bernard for development of an asphalt plant in the escarpment area. Bernard’s company, PB Paving Ltd., needs access to a designated minerals aggregate resource for asphalt production. Opposition to his proposal is based on concern that an asphalt plant could affect the aquifer which supplies local wells. Bernard has stated during past meetings of counties council and during the Official Plan review that hewill take thematter to the OMB if theminerals aggregate designation is removed from the escarpment site. While council waits to see if Bernardmakes good on that promise, UCPR administration will organize a public informationmeeting for June 24 to present details on the changes to the Official Plan before it goes to council for final review and approval in August.
Loud applause from the public gallery greeted a decision of the United Coun- ties council to ignore the advice of its own planning director and instead go with the recommendations of its advisory plan- ning council that may end up landing the counties in a legal bind with the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB). The United Counties of Prescott-Russell (UCPR) council gave unanimous approval May 27 to a recommendation from its adviso- ry planning committee to not identify part of the Jessup’s Falls Escarpment as an aggregate minerals resources sitewhen the final version of the revisedOfficial Plan for Prescott-Russell comes up for approval in August. “Good job, mayors, good job,” said Ian Walker, one of dozens of residents in Alfred- Plantagenet Township who live in or near the escarpment area and who opposed the minerals aggregate designation all during the Official Plan review period. During his own mayoral election cam- paign, Alfred-Plantagenet Township Mayor Fernand Dicaire expressed opposition to developments that had potential environ- mental repercussions for the area. Asked for comment during a later interview following themeeting,Mayor Dicaire said that counties council was just acting on the recommenda- tions of one of its advisory committees. “It’s not a question of (my) being pleased or not being pleased,” Mayor Dicaire said. “It’s not a win. It’s not a victory.” Counties Caller spoofing The Hawkesbury OPP received complaints from local residents regarding “Caller ID Spoofing”. The homeowners advised that their own phone number was displayed on their caller ID when receiving a call from a telemarketer. Caller ID is a useful function allowing information on the identity and number of the caller to be seen before answering the call. Some telemarketers will mask or falsify this information.This practice is called “spoofing” and is an indication that the call may not be legitimate. A spoofed number can appear as a string of digits such as 000- 000-0000 or 123-456-7890, a random number or another company or person’s real number. If such a call is received by a telemarketer believed to have a spoofed caller ID, a complaint should be filed by going to the National DNCL website at https://www.lnnte-dncl.gc.ca/ or call toll-free 1-866-580-DNCL (1-866-580-3625). Calls from a TTY device, call 1-888-DNCL-TTY (1- 888-362-5889). Fraudulent calls or a spoofing incident should be reported to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre at 1-888-495-8501. Residents living near the Jessup’s Falls Escarpment wait for counties council’s decision on an Official Plan recommendation that would decide if an asphalt plant would become part of their neighbourhood.
Ian Walker, a staunch opponent of a proposed asphalt plant in the Jessup’s Falls Escarpment area, stands and waits for counties council to announce its decision on an Official Plan change which is key to whether the project goes ahead or not.
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