The Bluewater Recycling Association and many others in the recycling industry have been working with Carolyn Jarvis from Global News over the last few weeks to enlightened the general public about our industry and its current challenges.
Global News has developed an in-depth series, examining Canada’s recycling industry and the obstacles it’s facing. The series will be going live next week.
Part One launches 5 am ET Monday morning on their website – www.globalnews.ca
Part Two launches 5 am ET Tuesday morning.
Part Three launches 5 am ET Wednesday morning.
Every night, Monday through Wednesday Global National will air feature-length pieces as part of the series – at 5:30 PM CT/MT/PT & 6:30 PM ET/AT.
There are changes regarding material that is now acceptacle in your blue box. It will be important to share this information with everyone who uses your property.
On February 21, 2019, the Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authorities Board of Directors approved an updated amended Shoreline Management Plan. Today details of the plan have been published on the Ausable Bayfield Conservation web site. The documents can be viewed by clicking HERE.
Particular sections to view are;
Appendices B: Considerations for Shoreline Protection Structures
Appendices D: ABCA Hazard Mapping (Not yet available)
Appendices F: Development Guidelines 2019
Also noted are changes made following some of the recent input from residents and or organizations during the comment period.
The Lake Huron Centre for Coastal Conservation will be holding an event, with a number of speakers, at the Huron County Museum on Thursday, February 7th, 2019 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. For further details please click Coastal Speaker Series Goderich.
The Municipality of Bluewater has recently sent out invoices to select households on the lakeshore, in the areas of St. Joseph south to Grand Bend and along the north side of Hwy 83 (Dashwood Road) and the north half of Dashwood. These invoices relate to a Sewer Master Plan project that originally began in 2004 and was part of a Tri-Municipality Sewerage Plant Project. The municipality elected to withdraw from the process in December 2011 due to lack of funding at senior levels of government. In November 2018 council directed staff to bill out the costs of the project. A timeline of events is in this document Lakeshore Collection and Sewage Plant Costs Fact Sheet CA complied by the municipality.
BSRA is trying to clarify what correspondence about the billing for this project might have been sent to the affected residents at the time public meetings took place in 2010 and 2011.