North Grenville Council got a brief overview of the South Nation Conservation (SNC) Authority’s 2018 Work Plan. The deputation was made to council on Monday night. The SNC is responsible for the water system that runs from Brockville and drains North-East into the Ottawa River. It encompasses 16 partner municipalities, including North Grenville, and a population base of 200,000. Team Lead Pat Piitz says the SNC has hit a milestone.
This is the second year the SNC has put together individualized Work Plans for municipalities. The organization has recently completed work with Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry monitoring stormwater ponds. Piitz says if North Grenville is interested in doing a similar project the SNC could make it happen. Team Lead Michelle Cavanagh also offered up help with the maple sugar production facility located at Kemptville College, now owned by the municipality. Piitz says other programs are available to landowners.
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