Thursday, June 8, 2017


From John Mesman's perspective, this is going to be a beautiful project. Mesman is with South Nation Conservation, the group working with the city of Ottawa to turn a dry wetland in Navan into an enhanced wetland with a man-made pond and a boardwalk at a cost of about $300-thousand dollars. 
But the plan is meeting with some stiff opposition from residents.

1 comment:

  1. I am not sure what a conservation authority is but it sounds and smells like something to stay clear of. I imagine the $300 thousand for the boardwalk would come from tax dollars. You can bet your last dollar that the politician who said there is no chance of the project becoming a provincial wetland is lying through his teeth and he knows it.