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Letter from Sue Moore (interim Chair)

Dear Friends of CAMP, As we continue to await the written decision from OMB Member Schiller, we would like to reach out and thank the community for attending the September 16, 2015 meeting at the Alton Public Library. A big thank you as well to our legal council Eric Gillespie for attending and fielding questions. […]

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Orangeville Today Published 09 June 2015: WATER, SALAMANDERS MAIN CONCERNS WITH MELVILLE PIT: CAMP

Citizens Against the Melville Pit (CAMP) is getting ready to present its case to the Ontario Municipal Board to put a stop to the proposed large-scale aggregate mining near Orangeville. CAMP is a group of hundreds of supporters from Melville, Alton and Orangeville, pushing back against the application by Olympia Sand and Gravel. Chair Mary […]

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Mary Haslett named new Interim Chair of CAMP

Samantha Asher has stepped down as Chair of CAMP to allow her to give more focus on her other priorities. We would like to thank Samantha for her tireless energy and her leadership and we are pleased that she will still remain involved in our campaign. Mary Haslett has stepped in as Interim Chair of CAMP. […]

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C.A.M.P. to Speak at back-to-back Council Meetings Re. Proposed 293 acre Gravel Pit

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 9, 2013 C.A.M.P. to Speak at back-to-back Council Meetings Re. Proposed 293 acre Gravel Pit CAMP (Citizens Against the Melville Pit) will send a delegation to appear before Orangeville Town Council on August the 12th at 7:00pm, and Caledon Town Council on August 13th at 1:00pm. CAMP, a newly formed Residents […]

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