Residents of Huron County are invited to an information session hosted by the Huron County Health Unit. The session is about the upcoming investigation related to reported human health concerns associated with residential proximity to industrial wind turbines. There will be information on the investigation survey and times for residents’ questions
Tuesday, December 6, 2016 | 7-8:30 PM
Huron County Health Unit
Health & Library Complex | 77722B London Road, Clinton, Ontario
Please let them know if you plan to attend at 519.482.3416 (Dial 0 to speak to a receptionist).
At the special meeting of the Board of Directors of the Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority this morning the following motion was passed.
Be it resolved, that the ABCA Board of Directors declares that it will not implement the ABCA Shoreline Development Guidelines of Section 7.8 in the report (pages 113-117) and does not endorse the underlying principle of “managed retreat” and the outright prohibition of all shoreline protection works.
And be it further resolved that the Board of Directors continues to endorse the use of policies as contained in the 2000 Shoreline Management Plan and the Board of Directors directs staff to provide options to re-engage the public to update the 2000 Shoreline Management Plan.
Th Shoreline Management Plan will still be updated and we can expect this to take some time. BSRA will be monitoring the process that has yet to be determined.
Today, the Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority has announced a special meeting of the Board of Directors to deal with the Consultants’ Recommendations.
Thursday, November 3, 2016 11AM
South Huron Recreation Centre
94 Victoria Street, Exeter
More details at:
Huron County is looking for public input on their Heritage County Natural Heritage Plan. The plan involves woodlots, wetlands, and meadows and there will be land use changes
There will be an information meeting,Thursday, October 27, 2016 at the Zurich Arena 7 – 9 PM.
The County of Huron has drafted the Huron Natural Heritage Plan to conserve our environmental systems and features, which are valued by our residents.
The success of the plan depends on landowners, municipalities and agencies working together to conserve our collective natural heritage. The public is invited to this open house to learn about the plan and provide input.
A presentation will be offered at 7:30 PM
The Huron Natural Heritage Plan (HNHP) defines natural heritage systems within Huron County and identifies tools to enhance and protect features like woodlots, rivers, ponds and meadows. The plan consists of two documents:
- The HNHP Technical Document describes the methodology used to identify significant natural features and the natural heritage system in Huron County, and
- The HNHP Implementation Strategy defines the approach to protecting natural heritage features.
These plan documents can be viewed at huroncounty.ca/huron-natural-heritage-plan
There was a hearing aid found immediately at the ABCA office just following the ABCA Board of Directors meeting on Thursday, October 20th. Call the ABCA (519) 235-2610