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Thursday, June 24, 2021

Woodlot feedback sought

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A vigorous public engagement campaign regarding tree cutting and woodlot conservation in Chatham-Kent is underway. At the June 14 Chatham-Kent council meeting, a new online platform called Ethelo was unveiled. Its state-of-the-art approach allows residents to complete a survey and have their say on what...

Woodlot feedback sought

A vigorous public engagement campaign regarding tree cutting and woodlot conservation in Chatham-Kent is underway. At the June 14 Chatham-Kent council meeting, a new online...

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