Blossom Avenue Investments had soil trucked in to fill a demolition site at 180-82 Dalhousie St. in Brantford, Ontario. After dumping the soil, they discovered that it was and is contaminated. Blossom Avenue Investments have requested that taxpayers pay the bill to remove and replace the contaminated soil.
If this story was reported correctly, why are taxpayers responsible for the contaminated soil dumped at this site?
Why are taxpayers responsible for the removal of the contaminated soil dumped at this site?
Why are taxpayers responsible for the replacement of the contaminated soil dumped at this site?
Blossom Avenue Investments acquired the soil for 180-82 Dalhousie St. It is Blossom Avenue Investments that is responsibility to remove and replace the contaminated soil, NOT TAXPAYERS!
A student residence is proposed for this site. Some people are still not aware that the education sector in downtown Brantford has reached its capacity. (Why is this message not getting through?) So, another student residence is not needed.
For the benefit of all citizens, what is needed in downtown Brantford is diversity. What business could partner with Blossom Avenue Investments to diverse the downtown?
Does the Brantford Economic Development Dept. have any suggestions?
Does the Chamber of Commerce Brantford-Brant have any suggestions?
Does the Downtown Brantford BIA have any suggestions?
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