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Permit issues in Canada.

According to the Guelph Mercury, the Environmental Review Tribunal is giving the City of Guelph, Ontario, Canada, the chance to appeal a decision made by the province regarding River Valley Developments Inc.'s permit to take water at the Dolime quarry. On May 2, the provincial adjudicator approved the city's application for appeal, which was submitted at the beginning of 2013, kicking off a process that could end at a tribunal hearing down the road.

The quarry is currently owned by River Valley Developments, a subsidiary of Carson Reid Homes, and operated by James Dick Construction. The City of Guelph is not opposed to the company continuing to take water. The issue is related to the conditions attached to the permit granted by the Ministry of the Environment at the beginning of 2013. This permit allows the company to take water until the end of 2017.

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Title Annotation:PERMITTING; River Valley Developments Inc
Publication:Rock Products
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1CANA
Date:Jun 1, 2014
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