Kortright Hills resident objects to Niska Road changes


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Local objections continue to trickle in regarding proposed improvements to Niska Road which straddles the boundary between the city of Guelph and Puslinch Township.

Kortright Hills (Guelph) resident Nicole Abouhalka wrote to Puslinch councillors since the municipality lies downstream of Guelph.

She forwarded a copy of a letter she’d previously sent to Philip Rowe of R.J. Burnside Engineering Co. and Brad Hamilton, project engineer for the city of Guelph regarding the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment for the proposed work.

Abouhalka contended the land was donated to the City as a “Nature Reserve” in 1948 by Horace Mack and in 1977 Guelph Mayor Norm Jarry had extended the protection portion of it…

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