To carry out the work of bank stabilization emergency at the forefront Langevin, Rio Tinto will have to obtain the agreement of right of way of Dolbeau-Mistassini and Peribonka, which may be difficult.
“If it is to be realized in the period of thaw, it’s going to be complicated, because it will put enormous pressure on the roads. They can not fill many trucks, it will be difficult to make profitable. It will also require that Rio Tinto obtains the approval of the municipalities concerned, “said the Prefect Jean-Pierre Boivin Wednesday night during the public session of the Maria-Chapdelaine RCM.
During the recent work done last year, Dolbeau-Mistassini refused as heavy truck traffic on the road to Vauvert. Péribonka has taken legal action to pay Rio Tinto breakage they have caused to the road leading to the resort area. Wednesday, the mayor of Péribonka, Ghislain Goulet, was not very open.
Elected officials are worried about the Langevin tip. The land is undermined considerably despite the riprap work had been done in the past.
Two local residents have also lost a large area beaches. Following completion of the emergency works, for which the company expects the permissions to perform, MRC requires a study to find a permanent solution to prevent this peak disappears because the channel appears to be moving dangerously towards the shore.
MRC Maria-Chapdelaine asked the Department of Transportation to perform two concurrent sections for the extension of Highway 70 Alma-La Baie. A portion will be built in Saint-Bruno and the other to Alma.
Elected officials of the MRC Maria-Chapelaine want to financially support the Zoo sauvage de Saint-Félicien. They will meet the organization next week. “We will wait to see their request. It is certain that we will not give $ 1 million because it is not home. We will look at it carefully because our sector reaping the benefits of interest, “said the prefect when questioned on the subject.
Although there is no fear that the Normandin Research Farm farm, Maria-Chapdelaine of Mayors passed a resolution calling for the federal government researchers who are about to retire or replaced. A study by the UPA proposes adding research related to northern agriculture, which could create new jobs.