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Court affidavits: #7

This is the seventh in a series of 7 documents related to the upcoming Save Picton Bay court case. Exhibits 7 - 13 connected to the Picton Terminals planner affidavit (see post #2) are here:  Affidavit 1, PT planner, Exhibits...

Court affidavits: #6

This is the sixth in a series of 7 documents related to the upcoming Save Picton Bay court case. Exhibits 1 - 6 connected to the Picton Terminals planner affidavit (see post #2) are here: Affidavit 1, PT planner, Exhibits...

Court affidavits: #5

This is the fifth in a series of 7 documents related to the upcoming Save Picton Bay court case. The affidavit from the Chief of the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte is here:  Affidavit 1, Chief Maracle,...

Court affidavits: #4

This is the fourth in a series of 7 documents related to the upcoming Save Picton Bay court case. The Save Picton Bay planner responds to the Picton Terminals and PEC Municipality planner affidavits, here: Affidavit 2, SPB planner reply to PT &...

Court affidavits: #3

This is the third in a series of 7 documents related to the upcoming Save Picton Bay court case. The Prince Edward County Municipality planner affidavit is here:  Affidavit 1, PEC...

Court affidavits: #2

This is the second in a series of 7 documents related to the upcoming Save Picton Bay court case. The Picton Terminal's planner affidavit is here:  Affidavit 1, PT planner

Save Picton Bay goes to court: Affidavits

Save Picton Bay is going to court, in a vital case that pits SPB against both Picton Terminals and its ally, the PEC Municipal government. Although the case hinges on technical matters of zoning bylaws, the outcome will have major impact on the health of the bay and...

A step in the right direction…

After 53 days, 10" of rain, extensive pressure from Save Picton Bay, several broken promises from Picton Terminals, a Provincial Officer's Order and a deadline extension, the salt piles appear to be...

That didn’t take long.

Just before the MOECC November 24 deadline for Picton Terminals to cover their polluting salt piles, the PT owners requested a delay and MOECC officials granted it, to November 29. On the surface, the PT owners' excuse seems reasonable.  But not so much in the context...