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Elected Council passes resolution to halt trucks on Third Line

Elected Council passes resolution to halt trucks on Third Line

OHSWEKEN – A number of recent unexpected changes made to a Third Line development project has resulted in Six Nations Elected Council re-examining its support for the project. As a result, Elected Council has decided to pass a resolution halting trucks from further transporting fill into the Third Line project. The recent decision to halt

OHSWEKEN – A number of recent unexpected changes made to a Third Line development project has resulted in Six Nations Elected Council re-examining its support for the project.

As a result, Elected Council has decided to pass a resolution halting trucks from further transporting fill into the Third Line project.

The recent decision to halt the trucks came after careful consideration of these recent changes and the numerous concerns brought forward by concerned community members. Elected Council concluded that the project was posing a significant enough threat to the safety and wellbeing of the community to warrant a decision to halt the trucking activity.

The decision and the reasons for making it have been communicated to the project owners.

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