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Shared: Tiny Township concerned Teedon Pit dewatering is impacting residential wells

Shared: Tiny Township concerned Teedon Pit dewatering is impacting residential wells

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Residents worried about the impact dewatering at a Darby Road gravel pit will have on their wells aren’t alone.

Tiny Township council is well aware of the concerns surrounding the application to continue taking millions of litres of water per day from the Teedon Pit, which sits on top of a major recharge area for the Alliston aquifer.

“It certainly has council’s attention,” said Mayor George Cornell. “We want to work with the community and with Dufferin Aggregates to make sure concerns are heard and addressed.”

While dewatering has taken place at the quarry for a number of years, Dufferin Aggregates’ current water permit is set to expire. They are seeking a new 10-year licence to take 1.6 million litres per day from a well and 5.2…

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