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Notices

 Notice of Intention to dispose of a Vessel under section 39
 

Notice of intention to dispose of a vessel under section 39 of the Wrecked, Abandoned or Hazardous Vessels Act

 

TO THE PUBLIC

 

A VESSEL - (PLEASURE CRAFT LICENSING # 55E27777) - located in Canard River (Amherstburg), is currently considered to be abandoned.

Notice of intention to dispose of a vessel - located in River Canard

 

This notice is issued in conformity with section 39 of the Wrecked, Abandoned or Hazardous Vessels Act (WAHVA) and is official notice of the Minister of Transport’s intention to dispose of this vessel after 30 days from which this notice was given (June 12, 2020).

 

Should you have any questions, you may contact, Transport Canada’s Navigation Protection Program at:

 

Address:

Email address: nppont-ppnont@tc.gc.ca

Telephone number: 519-383-1863

 

Notice posted by: (Jason Gargaro), on behalf of the Minister of Transport

 Notice of implementation of cross connection control program to protect the safety of drinking water

Take Notice that on January 23, 2012 the Council of the Corporation of the Town of Amherstburg passed a by-law for the purpose of implementing a Cross Connection Control Program.

 

The purpose of the Cross Connection Control Program is to minimize the possibility of contaminants entering the plumbing systems within buildings and subsequently, entering the municipal drinking water supply. 

The Cross Connection Control Program encompasses all Industrial, Commercial and Institutional properties as well as large multi-residential buildings. 

 

A Municipal Building Official will be conducting a survey of the plumbing systems within all Industrial, Commercial and Institutional properties as well as large multi-residential buildings during normal business hours to determine what steps, if any, are required to bring each property into compliance with the new by-law.  The Building Official will inform each property owner in writing of the required action along with a reasonable amount of time to complete the work.

 

Each municipality has a duty of care to provide safe drinking water to its residents.  Protecting drinking water quality is a top priority. The Cross Connection Control Program is a means of fulfilling this responsibility by reducing the possibility of the contamination of our drinking water.

 

Department of Development Services
Angelo Avolio, CBCO
Chief Building Official