Pelham Council and the Town of Pelham take pride in being open and transparent; as such, we are always prepared to answer questions from colleagues and from the public. Therefore, we are pleased to provide this accurate information and firm response to the Motion.
With this memo and the many accompanying documents, we will correct or clarify each of the points expressed in the Motion’s preamble and body with information from source documents. These documents have been filed with the Regional Clerk for inclusion on the agenda tonight.
I am pleased to provide links to the document here.
The entire document is very large – more than 330 pages and nearly 17mb. Thus, please use the following link for a PDF with bookmarks.
PDF with Bookmarks:https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B2EgPD0Bv1qVT3p0a1pwNkZZb00
(Please note: these was a glitch earlier, which has now been resolved. This link is for the entire document.)
Thanks for your interest! D
Thanks to Tim Denis and CKTB 610AM for inviting me to speak on March 30 about the motion and Pelham's submission to Regional Council. Please click here to hear the conversation.
Despite asking two-times to speak and address the concerns directly during the Regional Council meeting (and make reference to the Town's +330 page submission), I was not allowed to speak and the matter was referred to the June 12 meeting of the Audit Committee.
Here's a media story about that Regional Council meeting: http://www.wellandtribune.ca/2017/03/30/augustyn-accuses-barrick-of-fear-mongering
We have included the report on the agenda for Pelham Town Council on Monday, April 3. It's the same report as above, but you may find it by clicking here.