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Update: Unscheduled repairs continue at Port Dover Water Treatment Plant

  Norfolk County is asking residents in Port Dover to continue their reduced water usage while staff deal with an unscheduled repair of a water filtration unit at the Port Dover Water Treatment Plant. The damaged unit was taken offline in mid-July, and staff expect repairs to be complete around August 19. In order to ensure adequate […]

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Water problem “must be solved fast” says developer

  By David Judd A proposed moratorium on new development has created a dilemma for one of Port Dover’s largest developers. The town’s need for more municipal drinking water must be solved fast, John Lennox of Dover Coast told county councillors last Tuesday. The moratorium, tentatively approved unanimously by councillors last Tuesday, puts into limbo […]

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Sunrise Celebration “Water is Life” held on Port Dover beach

By Heather Walters NIIBII Biimaadzwin means Water Is Life according to Val King, a native of the Mississaugas of the Credit, who led a sunrise prayer ceremony Thursday morning on the shore of Lake Erie.  Several others joined her on the beach at the water’s edge to give thanks for water, and to pray that they […]

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Water and sewer rates set to rise $92 for year

By DAVID JUDD You will pay $92 more for water and sewer service for your home next year. Residential water rates will rise by 7.2 per cent in 2013. The average monthly bill will be $115.44, up $7.71 from 2012. This year Norfolk’s water rates were almost the highest in Ontario, second only to Haldimand’s. […]

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