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Beausejour Brokenhead River Review (Newspaper) - November 24, 1994, Beausejour, Manitoba VOLUME 1 ISSUE PREMIER ISSUE Beausejour NOVEMBER 1994 Inside Beausejour heads to Provinciafirin Curling See page 6 Photo by JeffReimann Winter comes to Brokenhead The snows finally came to last makingwinter enthusiasts smile The recent warmerthan usual weather made many people with its promise of a shorter snowmobilers and snowman builders longed for lots of the light fluffy stuff to begin their favorite The Fanners Almanacstates thatthe periodfromNovemberto March wiU see1considerablevariability tft with temperatures alittle milder than Mazur takes over troubledNERWMC chair In the wake of Garson mayor Gerritt Boonstras resignation as chairman of the North East Re gional Waste Management Com Beausejour mayor Don Mazur has occupied the vacant Boonstra resigned on Octo ber stating that some fun damental differences4 had devel oped between himself and some other committee Boonstra claimed that since the committee had chosen a poten tial site on Provincial Road in the Rural Municipality of some members seemed to have lost their enthusi asm for the Particularly since a petition from residents who live near the proposed site was pre sented to There are a lot of political considerations Boonstra Mazur took over the chair after a special held just prior to the committees regular The NERWMC was formed four years ago to develop a regional landfill site serving Tyndall and Lac du It has some difficult as the final decision on a site drew over the past jThe the Committee is due largely to the neglect that has character ized most peoples attitudes towards waste disposal There is a wide spread scepticism about landfills ever being good obtaining and li censing a suitable landfill site has been the biggest challenge facing the The new environ mental requirements for land fills are much stricter than those in the According to NERWMC lit finding the right soil con ditions is only one of the many requirements of landfill Dozens of other requirements in cluding road distance from major towns and land availability must also be Land avail ability has proven to be a particu larly difficult the legacy of years of improper disposal prac tices at local waste disposal The Committee believes that a food neighbour landfill is not only pos sible it is It will cost more but it is a responsibility that cant be avoided for the sake of both present and future After examining eleven dif ferent sites over the past three the Committee has recommended further investigation of one site local oppo sition has come forward rejecting the notion of a site one of the members of the the Rural Munici pality of Lac du has begun investigating an area for its own landfill located near
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