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Clean-up work continuing at Oshawa waterfront

Clean-up work at the Oshawa waterfront is continuing and Mayor John Henry says things are progressing well. He says the city has already taken back 27 acres on the Simcoe Street side of the harbour, and he’s hoping the federal budget will include money for the environmental clean-up of other lands that are contaminated at the waterfront. Henry says they’re still working toward the development of a mixed use port, with residential, retail and recreational uses co-existing with industry. Meanwhile, Henry says the proposal for an ethanol refinery is still in the hands of Agriculture Canada, and there’s no word yet on when a decision might come down.


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