Iroquois waterfront plans received by South Dundas council


The Iroquois Waterfront Committee presented South Dundas council with the plan for the Iroquois Waterfront at the March 5 meeting.

The focus of the plan is the conservation, protection and enhancement of the waterfront according to committee chair Howard Kirkby. He mentioned accessibility and improvements to the waterfront pathway system, the depiction of historically significant events and enhancements of the Iroquois Beach as key recommendations within the plan.

The next step in the process is to present the plan to the public, which they plan to do through a public meeting.

It is likely that a new committee will be struck to oversee the implementation of the plan, similar to the process with the Morrisburg waterfront plan.

That committee may have some of the same people as the initial committee, but Kirby suggested that they are, “In need of some fresh faces too.” 

He suggested that the beach enhancement is likely the priority.

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