by Mike Robinson.
Puslinch councillors have good reason to be concerned and to be prepared as both Cambridge and Guelph plan to increase city water supplies in the future.
On July 19, hydrogeologist Stan Denhoed told councillors the cumulative impact affects roughly two thirds of Puslinch Township.
The drawdown radius for City of Guelph wells extends south of Aberfoyle, while the impact radius of Cambridge is also close to reaching Aberfoyle.
Prior to Denhoed’s presentation on that issue, council reviewed the Harden Environmental report on the Nestlé Waters 2016 annual monitoring report.