Provincial Greenbelt boundary shifts minor in nature according to Puslinch mayor



When it comes to what is being proposed to change Ontario’s Greenbelt boundaries – it is not much according to Puslinch Mayor Dennis Lever.

On Jan. 18, councillors reviewed information from Minister of Municipal Affairs Bill Mauro.

Lever said the closest impact is a minor change in Glen Williams (north of Georgetown).

“After a lot of fanfare, there doesn’t seem to be much change,” he said.

While Lever was quite happy not to see the Greenbelt expanded he was disappointed to see no response to the township’s request for the exclusion of lands on either side of Highways 401 and 6 in Puslinch.

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