Puslinch studying feasibility of municipal water, sewage systems


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by Mike Robinson.

Puslinch Township is undertaking a feasibility study for municipal water and sewage servicing within key portions of the township.

The area being studied includes the communities of Aberfoyle and Morriston and a swath of rural land in the northern part of the township bounded by Highway 401, Highway 6, Victoria Road and the Puslinch/Guelph boundary.

The township is looking for feedback from residents and property owners within the limits of the study area to gauge if there is interest to connect to a municipal water and sewage system, should either become available in the area.

A Sept. 6 staff report states Puslinch is surrounded by growing urban centres on all four sides with increasing demands for resources and land.

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  1. Jason Reia September 22, 2017 at 5:35 pm

    We are very interested in both.

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