Township staff brought forward concerns about rock trucks crossing municipal roads when they are not permitted to do so.
Puslinch council is putting pressure on a large aggregate operator to address township staff concerns and says it isn’t ready to endorse a proposed expansion.
Matters related to the CBM-owned Lanci Pit on Concession 2 were subject to multiple items and hours of a Puslinch council meeting this week.
This included delegates speaking on behalf of CBM to remind council of the expansion proposal for the pit, a man representing opposition group the Mill Creek Stewards, a staff report outlining impacts CBM pits have on the township and a county report seeking endorsement for an official plan amendment to facilitate the pit’s expansion.
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