which will be available to the public starting May 20, will form the
guidelines under which the Environmental Assessment phase of the proposed
highway will be performed.
of Reference must be approved by the Ministry of the Environment (MOE)
before the assessment can move ahead.
will be available at a number of outlets, including the project Web
government offices and libraries across the study area will also carry
the document, including the Hamilton Central Library, Burlington Central
Library and the Aldershot Public Library.
the proposed Mid-peninsula Highway would connect the Fort Erie border
crossing to the GTA.
feel the highway is necessary for economic prosperity and the relief
of traffic congestion.
feel the road will destroy agricultural land, harm the escarpment and
accelerate urban sprawl.
comments are due by June 20, to the Environmental Assessment and Approvals
Branch of the MOE.