Cruickshank Construction has had to re-submit it's application under the Aggregates Resources Act, concerning the proposed expansion of the Elginburg Quarry. Therefore a new public information session is required. The period for receiving comments has been re-opened, however, all the correspondence received during previous notifications will be recognized so there will be no need for people that have already submitted comments to do so again.
The public consultation period under the Aggregate Resources Act (ARA) is re-opened until May 14, 2015. The process to submit comments is outlined below:
Any person(s) wishing to object to this application must send in writing, their objection with reason(s) to the applicant and the district office of the Ministry of Natural Resources at the addresses below. Note: E-mail submissions are acceptable. However they must contain the objector's complete postal mailing address to where a response can be delivered. E-mail objections which do not contain a postal address will not be considered acceptable.
Cruickshank Construction Ltd.
c/o Ken Bangma, Operations Manager
751 Dalton Ave, Kingston, ON K7M 8N6
Ministry of Natural Resources:
Chris Verschuren, Aggregates Technical Specialist
Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry,
51 Heakes Lane, Kingston, ON K7M 9B1
This meeting is hosted by Cruickshank, and not by the City of Kingston. The planning process for the city continues, but no changes are likely before the end of the MNR consultation period. Comments concerning the Official Plan amendment and Zoning By-Law can still be directed to Tony Gkotsis at firstname.lastname@example.org.