CALL TO ACTION
WRITE TO YOUR COUNCIL MEMBER NOT TO CHANGE THE OFFICAL PLAN
ATTEND COUNCIL MEETING August 27, 2018
By working together we can try to stop the pit.
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If the quarry does proceed, we are looking at some shocking projections:
Please remember to spread the word with your friends and neighbours. And if you are interested in getting a lawn sign, let us know.
Ian Sinclair - August 27 Presentation to Blue Mountains Council
Purpose: To encourage Council to NOT allow a change to the Official Plan to Re-zone for Aggregate Extraction bordering The Pretty River Valley Provincial Park; and to encourage Council to NOT allow extraction below the water table
Letter of Support from Blue Mountain Watershed Trust
The Blue Mountain Watershed Trust is supporting the goals of the Friends of the Pretty River Valley in its efforts to stop the Gibraltar Sand and Gravel Pit!
Local Planning Appeal Tribunal
Ontario Municipal Board Hearing to take place November 20, 2018
April 4 2018 Presentation
Ian Sinclair's Presentation to the Committee of the Whole
Letter To Town Council
Letter from Ian Sinclair to Town Council to Not accept the proposed Official Plan Amendment proposed by municipal staff. The vote will take place on April 4, 2018. Please show your opposition to this proposed rezoning by attending the meeting.
Presentation to Council
Deputation made to Council by Ian Sinclair Nov 2016
Council Approves Changes
County and Town are Poised to Move Forward
Quarry Proposal Blue Prints
Full Set of Pretty River Quarry Drawings
Quarry Proposal Blue Prints Page 1
Page 1 of 3 of detailed drawings
Quarry Proposal Blue Prints Page 2
Page 2 of 3 of detailed drawings
Quarry Proposal Blue Prints Page 3
Page 3 of 3 of detailed drawings