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Erin to hold wastewater EA info night on June 22

ERIN - The Town of Erin and Ainley Group are holding a public information night for residents of Erin to learn about the wastewater servicing Environmental Assessment that is currently underway.

The information night will be held at Centre 2000 on June 22 at 6pm with a formal presentation beginning a 7:30pm and a question and answer period at 8pm.

This is an opportunity for the community to learn more about the current wastewater study and ask the project team questions, say officials.

Residents will have an opportunity to ask detailed questions about the work completed thus far, and learn what steps are left to be completed.

The work currently underway is the latest step in a process that started years ago with the development of the Settlement and Servicing Master Plan (SSMP) and is now continuing with the present team to complete the Class Environmental Assessment process.

June 16, 2017


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