STOP PROPOSED ASPHALT AND CONCRETE PLANT
Here is the proposed application for a Hot Mix Asphalt Plant as well as a Ready Mix Concrete Batching Plant by Miller Paving.
Vote and share!! The meeting is Tuesday Feb 25th at the Town of Gravenhurst at 5 pm!
If you are unable to attend please VOTE and SHARE!
We do not need more truck traffic on highway 11 and surrounding areas.
We do not want the pollution from these plants!
We want our area kept clean and free of this factory!
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John C. commented
This is embarassing that such an environmentally impacting plant could even be considered in a location such as this and that the municipal government has not done more to discourage it. There are so many concerns to be addressed yet this seems to be slipping by quietly. One wonders if this has anything to do with the proposed widening of Hwy 11? I fully oppose this proposal and aAnyone who values the Muskokas, the serenity, the nature, the outdoors and the environment should also. Wake up and smell the roses....wait....sorry we won't be able to smell the roses for the stink or listen to the birds for the traffic!
As a past resident and now a nearby cottager, I would hate to see this currently respected local business turn into something negative. The scope of the business would change dramatically from being barely noticeable to becoming a source of contaminants to the air, soil, and water table; smell; visual impact; and completely out of character with the surrounding natural amenity which is the foundation of the economy. With all the changes around highway 11 south of the townsite, this is an opportunity to change the character of our community there. As the gateway to the Muskokas, we should strive for natural vistas not run-down/vacant business and industries. Services on the highway should be discouraged and concentrated in small areas, leaving the rest to nature and business to the townsite. Where is there currently zoning for this type of industry? Are the products of this proposed industry needed locally? Where is the demand? What will the impact be on nearby property values based on current zoning? This is the wrong place for such an industry and zoning should not be changed to accommodate it.
An asphalt and concrete plant is this community would be a tragedy. Even with environmental measures put in place we still run the risk of polluting the air, water and soil sources, and natural habitat in a community that is so rich in respect and support of natural life. This community embodies everything Muskoka and everything natural. Not to mention there is an elementary school in the community and many residents that could be harmed by the effects of the plant.
An asphalt plant located in this area would be a massive environmental threat, causing pollution to the air, land, and water, thus putting the wildlife, the plant life, and the people at risk of ill-health outcomes.
The site for this plant would be positioned within a unique and sensitive wetland, a place in Ontario that should be protected, not threatened.
If this paving plant is built it will ruin the what the Muskokas is best known for- natural beauty. There are a multitude of negative impacts that will occur if this plant is given the clear to be built that all range from the obvious environmental side effects, to annoyances for cottagers and those who live there year round. Muskoka is NOT the place to have a factory that will do so much harm. It is not fair and is unneeded.
This is not the place for it. The environmently impact of such a facility and truck traffic will degrade the area and it's value.
Not a fan. Environmental impact, smell, heavy truck traffic, etc.
There is not enough known about the pollution that will be seen and smelled in the air, or the potential impacts to Little Kahshe RIver.
I agree wholeheartedly on the absolute necessity of putting a stop to this proposal!
I didn`t move to Muskoka to be faced with the negative aspects of industrial development.
The adverse effects this will have on our water supply, our roads, our taxes & our peace, to name but a few, are obvious.
It is sure to create noise, stench & traffic that disrupts our lives on a day-to-day basis that will quite possibly effect our health, our well-being & our enviroment in an irreversible manner.
Linda Burrell commented
There are so many reasons not to have this plant located here.