Thu, Apr 20|
Cedar Springs Community Club Hall
CORE Burlington Town Hall
Please join us for an update on the current status of Nelson Aggregates' application to increase it's open-pit gravel mine in Burlington's Greenbelt lands. Hear what lawyer and veteran quarry fighter, David Donnelly has to say; learn about our next steps; find out how you can help; ask questions.
Time & Location
Apr 20, 2023, 7:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Cedar Springs Community Club Hall, 2081 Grand Blvd, Burlington, ON L7P 0N1, Canada
About the event
Doors open at 7:00. Meeting begins at 7:30. The meeting is held at the hall in the Cedar Springs Community Club at 2081 Grand Blvd. (just north of Britannia, south of Kilbride). You will have a two-minute walk from the parking area to the hall, up a dirt road, so don't wear your good shoes. There will be some golf cart shuttling from the parking area if you need a lift. Also, for anyone with accessibilty issues, we will have special parking spots near the hall. Please aim to arrive in time to park and walk. RSVPing for the meeting is NOT necessary....but it does help us get a sense of the numbers. We're so looking forward to this meeting and having a chance to talk to everyone. We'e got a lot to tell you. Singer-songwriter, Sarah Harmer will say a few words about her work protecting Mt. Nemo, and sing, Escarpment Blues; veteran quarry fighter and lawyer, David Donnelly will explain the legal ins-and-outs of the applicaiton process; and Mike Balkwill from Reform Gravel Mining Coalition will fill us in on the province wide fight to seek a temporary pause on all quarry pit approvals in Ontario.