Tag Archives: Mohawk Lake clean up

Surprise, surprise, surprise, part 2

Hey, what about the Mohawk Lake clean up our pet, ahem, L-E-G-A-C-Y project we can’t forsake? Canadians will handout 2M if Brantford folk pony up 5M. Wait a minute, we haven’t paid back the $18M debenture for the Greenwich-Mohawk clean … Continue reading

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Mohawk Lake clean up: taxpayers already paying

It’s good to hear Brant MP, Mr. Phil McColeman talk about the ability of Mohawk Lake to clean itself. Let’s keep it that way.  Taxpayers can’t afford artificial attempts to do the job.  (Remember all those non-sexy priorities Brantford faces?) … Continue reading

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Mohawk Lake clean up: priorities anyone?

Brantford, Ontario’s latest flavour-of-the-month sexy project is the proposed clean up of Mohawk Lake and canal.  Some politicians love to regale themselves and their groupies in such projects–they look good in campaign literature and make headlines.  (Road maintenance, sewer maintenance, lead-free drinking water systems, … Continue reading

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