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Midhurst Ratepayers Association continues to fight Midhurst Secondary Plan

Midhurst Ratepayers Association spokeswoman Sandy Buxton addresses Springwater Township councillors during a delegation at a council meeting Wednesday night. The association wants the township to reconsider its plans for the ongoing Class Environmental Assessment around the proposed Midhurst Secondary Plan, which would see the village north of Barrie grow substantially if approved. Water quality and wastewater treatment, among other issues, are on the minds of association members. Township committee and resident liaison group meetings are scheduled for later this month to discuss Ministry of Environment and Climate Change comments. Visit www.springwater.ca to learn more.

IAN MCINROY/BARRIE EXAMINER/POSTMEDIA

Midhurst Ratepayers Association spokeswoman Sandy Buxton addresses Springwater Township councillors during a delegation at a council meeting Wednesday night. The association wants the township to reconsider its plans for the ongoing Class Environmental Assessment around the proposed Midhurst Secondary Plan, which would see the village north of Barrie grow substantially if approved. Water quality and wastewater treatment, among other issues, are on the minds of association members. Township committee and resident liaison group meetings are scheduled for later this month to discuss Ministry of Environment and Climate Change comments. Visit www.springwater.ca to learn more. IAN MCINROY/BARRIE EXAMINER/POSTMEDIA

Midhurst Ratepayers Association spokeswoman Sandy Buxton addresses Springwater Township councillors during a delegation at a council meeting Wednesday night.

The association wants the township to reconsider its plans for the ongoing Class Environmental Assessment around the proposed Midhurst Secondary Plan, which would see the village north of Barrie grow substantially if approved.

Water quality and wastewater treatment, among other issues, are on the minds of association members.

Township committee and resident liaison group meetings are scheduled for later this month to discuss Ministry of Environment and Climate Change comments.

Visit www.springwater.ca to learn more.



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