Flamborough Quarry proposal nixed

News Mar 08, 2013 Flamborough Review

The government is expected to make a ground-breaking announcement at 3 p.m. Friday about the proposed Flamborough Quarry.

According to Ancaster-Dundas-Flamborough-Westdale MPP Ted McMeekin, the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing will be using a deeming provision affirming the zoning freeze on the quarry lands as an actual municipal bylaw. This effectively prohibits in perpetuity current and all future owners from ever developing a quarry on the 11th Concession Road East and Milburough Town Line site.

Also, St Marys Cement has agreed to cease and desist all legal actions and release the province from any claims, according to McMeekin.

Read more here.

Flamborough Quarry proposal nixed

News Mar 08, 2013 Flamborough Review

The government is expected to make a ground-breaking announcement at 3 p.m. Friday about the proposed Flamborough Quarry.

According to Ancaster-Dundas-Flamborough-Westdale MPP Ted McMeekin, the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing will be using a deeming provision affirming the zoning freeze on the quarry lands as an actual municipal bylaw. This effectively prohibits in perpetuity current and all future owners from ever developing a quarry on the 11th Concession Road East and Milburough Town Line site.

Also, St Marys Cement has agreed to cease and desist all legal actions and release the province from any claims, according to McMeekin.

Read more here.

Flamborough Quarry proposal nixed

News Mar 08, 2013 Flamborough Review

The government is expected to make a ground-breaking announcement at 3 p.m. Friday about the proposed Flamborough Quarry.

According to Ancaster-Dundas-Flamborough-Westdale MPP Ted McMeekin, the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing will be using a deeming provision affirming the zoning freeze on the quarry lands as an actual municipal bylaw. This effectively prohibits in perpetuity current and all future owners from ever developing a quarry on the 11th Concession Road East and Milburough Town Line site.

Also, St Marys Cement has agreed to cease and desist all legal actions and release the province from any claims, according to McMeekin.

Read more here.