|As promised, the LPOA President (Tanis Trotman) and Vice-President (Karl Wockner) attended the most recent council meeting on May 2nd to speak with the Mayor, councilors and administration about Caron Bay environmental concerns and outreach/notification to property owners and residents. You can find the draft minutes of this meeting and the questions that were asked on the Wentworth.ca|
The LLPOA has been advised by the Ministry of the Environment that they will require an additional 10 days to provide a response to our request for information. Therefore we’re expecting a follow-up to our request for copies of the following by the end of May:
● The inspection report(s);
● The report of the call to the emergency line;
● The contaminated land management data sheet, if applicable.
In the interim, we’ve been notified by our municipal office that decontamination and refurbishment work in the Caron Bay area will continue during the next 3 weeks. As mentioned this work is mandated and supervised by the Ministry of the Environment, and we ask that the Caron Bay area be avoided to reduce the risk of further complications until further notice.
The weekend of May 21-23rd the LLPOA President and Vice-President will be canvassing LLPOA members and property owners in the Caron Bay area to discuss and determine next steps in our efforts to protect our community.
LLPOA Board of Directors
Here is the message posted on the Wentworth website:
Thursday, May 12, 2022 – The Municipality of the Township of Wentworth has been informed that decontamination and redevelopment work in the Baie Caron sector will continue over the next 3 weeks.
To do so, the equipment used will have the least possible impact on the natural environment, but will be noisy.
However, the work will be carried out in such a way as to preserve the tranquility and tranquility of the neighborhood as much as possible.
This work is mandated and supervised by the Ministry of the Environment.
Thank you for your continued cooperation.
The Urban Planning and Environment Department