Public included in waterfront plans

The Iroquois Waterfront Advisory committee has begun the process of gathering information.

They requested council’s help in producing and distributing questionnaires to those people in the “Iroquois Ward.”

South Dundas council agreed to the request at the April 3rd council meeting in Williamsburg.

According to an email sent to the township from the Iroquois Waterfront committee’s Howard Kirkby, the group plans to use the responses to the questionnaire to create a detailed summary report.

In addition, “this report will then be provided to the public along with our upcoming interim report for public discussion in an open meeting to be scheduled. We plan to submit a final report to council by September.”

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