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Stop the Quarry

Nov 29, 2020 It’s with a heavy heart, we inform you that Dewdney Mountain Farms Ltd has reapplied for the Zoning bylaw that was retracted by the OMB in April of 2018. We are unsure sure how we will approach this, but we strongly advise you to contact your

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Dewdney Mountain Farms Quarry bblca.ca

Dewdney Mountain Farms Quarry Appellants attempt to appeal the OMB Ruling. The Appellants believe there were omissions of evidence and errors in the OMB ruling. Legal counsel for the appellants will attempt to convince a Federal judge that errors of law have been committed and an appeal should be granted. February 16\15

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No Place for a Quarry

1 Dewdney Mountain Farms Ltd. (the “Proponent”) is the owner of approximately 390 hectares (“ha”) of land in part of Lots 28, 29 and 30, Concession 15, in the geographic Township of Harvey, County of Peterborough. The lands are municipally known as 2418 Ledge Road, now in the Municipality of Trent Lakes (the “Municipality”) in the

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Stop the Quarry: Dewdney Caves

Furthermore, MNR staff was contacted on this matter and indicated that the MNR has accepted the geology /hydro geology studies prepared in support of the Dewdney Farms quarry application without providing information or consideration to the endangered species protection act on this issue of caves and bats in the area.

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Haul Road Dewdney Mountain Farms 12 CivicWeb

Dewdney Mountain Farms Quarry Date Submission/Amendment 5(1) Section Approved Item by Submissions/Site Plan Amendments No. Schedule 1 The following conditions illustrated on this plan vary from the requirements of the Provincial Standards 1. First Site Plan Submission 2. Second Site Plan Submission Ministry of Natural Resources Date Site Plans

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Project: NATURAL ENVIRONMENT DEWDNEY MOUNTAIN

Dewdney Mountain Farms -quarry- PPS compliance 2 Provincial Policy Statement (May 1, 2020) The PPS, section 2.1 lists a number of natural heritage features that are covered by the policies. This includes provincially significant wetlands, coastal wetlands, significant valleylands or

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Project: NATURAL ENVIRONMENT DEWDNEY MOUNTAIN

Dewdney Mountain Farms -quarry- PPS compliance 2 Provincial Policy Statement (May 1, 2020) The PPS, section 2.1 lists a number of natural heritage features that are covered by the policies. This includes provincially significant wetlands, coastal wetlands, significant valleylands or

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HAUL ROUTE NOISE IMPACT ASSESSMENT REPORT FOR THE

May 25, 2020 DEWDNEY MOUNTAIN FARMS QUARRY ‘NO MITIGATION OPTION’ 1.0 Introduction This report addresses noise impacts from a proposed Haul Route for the proposed Dewdney Mountain Farms Quarry, DMF Quarry, a matter which has been before the Local Planning Appeals Tribunal, LPAT, Case No. PL130149. At the most recent LPAT Hearing on this matter

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Haul Road Dewdney Mountain Farms 12 CivicWeb

Dewdney Mountain Farms Quarry Date Submission/Amendment 5(1) Section Approved Item by Submissions/Site Plan Amendments No. Schedule 1 The following conditions illustrated on this plan vary from the requirements of the Provincial Standards 1. First Site Plan Submission 2. Second Site Plan Submission Ministry of Natural Resources Date Site Plans

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Stop the Quarry: Dewdney Caves

Furthermore, MNR staff was contacted on this matter and indicated that the MNR has accepted the geology /hydro geology studies prepared in support of the Dewdney Farms quarry application without providing information or consideration to the endangered species protection act on this issue of caves and bats in the area.

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Stop the Quarry iPetitions Online petition

A four hundred and thirty-two area parcel of land east of Nogie's Creek On Ledge Road at Dewdney Mountain Farms is slated to be developed as a limestone quarry, and is being formally opposed by neighbours. By signing this petition, I am voicing my serious concerns about the potential and very real negative impact on the environment, safety and

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It was in Bobcaygeon the MNR revealed itself, one mega

The current proposal from Dewdney Mountain Farms Ltd. is for a 432 acre quarry, Class A, Category 4, and concrete plant just outside of Bobcaygeon. To put this into perspective, this is the size of approximately 327 football fields in a small area of the province that

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Residents to celebrate defeat of proposed mega quarry near

The quarry, owned by Dewdney Mountain Farms Ltd. of Elmvale, is located on Ledge Road, just north of Bobcaygeon. Residents opposed to it fought for two years to have the application scrapped but it was approved in 2012. It sits on about 400 acres and is a crushed and dimensional limestone quarry.

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Current Planning Applications Municipality of Trent Lakes

Dewdney Mountain Farms ZBA 20-14 We have received a Complete Application for Dewdney Mountain Farms Quarry Zoning By-law Amendment. Note: Notices were circulated to property owners within 500 metres of the subject lands in accordance with the Planning Act and Municipality of Trent Lakes Policy AD-32 (Provision of Public Notice), and all

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OMB Quarry decision to be appealed MyKawartha

Feb 16, 2015 BOBCAYGEON-- Despite the frigid weather on Saturday (Feb. 14), a number of people showed up in Bobcaygeon to display their concern about the proposed Dewdney Mountain Farms Mega Quarry. The appellants announced they will ask for leave to appeal the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) decision which was recently released.

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2018 LNONLPAT 37 No Place for a Quarry

Apr 18, 2018 1 Dewdney Mountain Farms Ltd. (the “Proponent”) is the owner of approximately 390 hectares (“ha”) of land in part of Lots 28, 29 and 30, Concession 15, in the geographic Township of Harvey, County of Peterborough. The lands are municipally known as 2418 Ledge Road, now in the Municipality of Trent Lakes (the “Municipality”) in the

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Group to appeal OMB's quarry decision

Feb 17, 2015 BOBCAYGEON A group opposed to the proposed Dewdney Mountain Farms limestone quarry will appeal an Ontario Municipal Board's decision in favour of th...

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Trent Lakes residents claim victory in battle against mega

Apr 19, 2018 Eastman and other residents fought against a proposal by Dewdney Mountain Farms Ltd. for a 432-acre limestone quarry on Ledge Road. aggregrate tag Dewdney Mountain tag Dewdney Mountain Farms

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Quarries North Pigeon Lake Association

DEWDNEY MOUNTAIN FARMS QUARRY PROPOSED HAUL ROUTE. Major Issues, News, Quarries. Aug 142015. The Council of the Municipality of Trent Lakes will hold a Regular Council Meeting on Tuesday, September 1, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. A delegation will be received from Dewdney Mountain Farms regarding a proposed Haul Route for the Dewdney Mountain Farms Quarry.

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AO Bobcaygeon Ledge Road Aggregates Proposal

May 12, 2018 AWARE-Ontario.ca . Aggregate News *** Dewdney Mountain Farm gives up fight for mega quarry near Bobcaygeon *** Dewdney Mountain Farms Ltd., Ledge Road, Peterborough Proposal Location: Lot 28 and Part if Lots 29 and 30 concession 15, Harvey Ward 15 kms northwest of Buckhorn Near Bobcaygeon in the Municipality of Trent Lakes (formerly Galway-Cavendish Harvey Township), a new limestone quarry

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It was in Bobcaygeon the MNR revealed itself, one mega

The current proposal from Dewdney Mountain Farms Ltd. is for a 432 acre quarry, Class A, Category 4, and concrete plant just outside of Bobcaygeon. To put this into perspective, this is the size of approximately 327 football fields in a small area of the province that

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Stop the Quarry iPetitions Online petition

A four hundred and thirty-two area parcel of land east of Nogie's Creek On Ledge Road at Dewdney Mountain Farms is slated to be developed as a limestone quarry, and is being formally opposed by neighbours. By signing this petition, I am voicing my serious concerns about the potential and very real negative impact on the environment, safety and

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Residents to celebrate defeat of proposed mega quarry near

The quarry, owned by Dewdney Mountain Farms Ltd. of Elmvale, is located on Ledge Road, just north of Bobcaygeon. Residents opposed to it fought for two years to have the application scrapped but it was approved in 2012. It sits on about 400 acres and is a crushed and dimensional limestone quarry.

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OMB Quarry decision to be appealed MyKawartha

Feb 16, 2015 BOBCAYGEON-- Despite the frigid weather on Saturday (Feb. 14), a number of people showed up in Bobcaygeon to display their concern about the proposed Dewdney Mountain Farms Mega Quarry. The appellants announced they will ask for leave to appeal the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) decision which was recently released.

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Now we see Dewdney’s Caves Soon we may not. North

Furthermore, MNR staff was contacted on this matter and indicated that the MNR has accepted the geology /hydro geology studies prepared in support of the Dewdney Farms quarry application without providing information or consideration to the endangered species protection act on this issue of caves and bats in the area.

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Group to appeal OMB's quarry decision

Feb 17, 2015 BOBCAYGEON A group opposed to the proposed Dewdney Mountain Farms limestone quarry will appeal an Ontario Municipal Board's decision in favour of th...

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Alerts Kawartha Field Naturalists

The Dewdney Mountain Mega Quarry will have a major impact on parts of our community. To read more about this and the help the Kawartha Field Naturalists have given to fight this battle click here. UPDATE: PROPOSED QUARRY HAS BEEN STOPPED The Dewdney Mountain farm has lost its bid to open a quarry. Read about it here.

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No choice but to approve quarry: Mayor

Jan 17, 2013 Even with council’s approval of official plan and zoning bylaw amendments Tuesday, there are more approvals needed before Dewdney Mountain Farms Ltd. can start its quarry

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2018 LNONLPAT 37 No Place for a Quarry

Apr 18, 2018 1 Dewdney Mountain Farms Ltd. (the “Proponent”) is the owner of approximately 390 hectares (“ha”) of land in part of Lots 28, 29 and 30, Concession 15, in the geographic Township of Harvey, County of Peterborough. The lands are municipally known as 2418 Ledge Road, now in the Municipality of Trent Lakes (the “Municipality”) in the

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council highlights-feb 6, 2018 buckhornratepayers.ca

Dewdney Mountain Farms Quarry Noise Mitigation The council chambers were full of residents who came out to hear several presentations concerning the noise mitigation strategy that Dewdney Mountain Farms Quarry recently submitted to the Municipality. Presenters included John Emeljanow, a Consulting Engineer with Valcoustics Canada, Andrew

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North Pigeon Lake Ratepayers Association, General Delivery

Dewdney Mountain Farms Quarry Proposed Haul Route NPLRA . The Council of the Municipality of Trent Lakes will hold a Regular Council Meeting on Tuesday, September 1, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. A delegation will be received from Dewdney Mountain Farms regarding a proposed Haul Route for the Dewdney Mountain Farms Quarry.

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December 17, 2012

Applicant: Dewdney Mountain Farms Ltd. Subject: Consent Property Address: 2418 Ledge Road Municipality: Township of Galway-Cavendish-Harvey OMB Case No: PL120459 OMB File No: PL120459 Municipal File No: B75/11 APPEARANCES: Parties Counsel Dewdney Mountain Farms Ltd. David White Adri and Tim Eastman Thomas Cole Steve and Melissa Johnson Robert

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AO List of Ontario's Issues

Dewdney Mountain Farms Ltd. c/o Paul Ritchie. Bobcaygeon, County of Peterborough, Galway-Cavendish Harvey Twp, Trent Lakes. Peggs Mountain pit/quarry. Glen Thompson. Burk’s Falls. 50ha above water table pit/quarry proposed on Peggs Mtn (culturally significant) and near provincially significant wetland

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1. Call To Order 2. Invocation

Associates Ltd. / Dewdney Mountain Farms Ltd. Lot 28 and Part Lots 29 & 30, Con. 15, Harvey Ward until the duty to consult matter discussed above under Agenda Item 7.a and Resolution #3-2013 has been dealt with. Tabled c. Robert English, Chief of Paramedics Report prepared by: Sandy Welsh, Emergency Management Superintendent

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