Water Wells First has learnt the water test offered by the Municipality at a recent Water Wells First meeting only works against the community’s interest and unfairly favors Samsung and North Kent Wind shareholders. The test does not test for black shale particles known to contain heavy metals. The Municipality invested nearly $8 Million in North Kent Wind so it’s very disappointing that C-K Administration would try to mislead its taxpayer’s so badly.
Has anyone seen any documents in writing regarding free water lines? Please take extreme caution in giving out any personal information to individual(s) soliciting a free waterline to Chatham-Kent families. The sales pitch is very coercive and made with comments like ” you’d be crazy not to take this.”
On a final note. We’re going to go so far as to make an official prediction based on dealing with elected officials and their bureaucrats. We’ve worked on this issue & have consistently raised the Alarm over black shale polluting water wells in our community since February 2016. Experience tells us that nothing elected officials promise is really what they deliver.
So here’s our official prediction. This is one that we are hanging our hat on. Today’s date is November 29, ...
Lets pose the question to Ward 4 families. Anyone believe that Samsung, Pattern, Walpole Island First Nations or C-K Municipality; the shareholders of North Kent Wind; or Marsh Line Wind farm & East St Clair Wind farm in Dover township will contribute money towards water lines?
Jakubec calls on Doug Ford to honour the iron clad written commitments he made before the June 7 2018 election. The most important action Mr Ford can do is recognize that vibration is a contaminant under section 1 of ...
Chatham-Kent, Sarnia and Lambton MPPs have promises to deliver on now that their government is in power. One day after the provincial election, and it’s already time for PC MPPs to pay the piper, according to advocates. Read full article using link below.
A report commissioned by Hydro One shows that Hydro One wouldn’t drive piles for transmission towers in Chatham Kent because of potential damage to wells. Samsung drove the piles any way costing a number of families their water supply in the North Kent Wind farm.
Essex MPP Natyshak asks: Hydro One wouldn’t pile drive in Chatham-Kent, why did Kathleen Wynne let Samsung do it?