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Fuel-tainted ground water, red tape delay Port Stanley, Ont., sewer construction

June 16, 2017  By The St. Thomas Times-Journal

Port Stanley, Ont. – What was supposed to be a three-week sewer build in Port Stanley, Ont., might be closer to three months. Fuel-tainted ground water, discovered on a work site west of the lift bridge in late April, is the reason the Municipality of Central Elgin’s $1.8-million project has been stopped in its tracks. The St. Thomas Times-Journal reports. | READ MORE

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