The possibility of closing the dumping station at Churchill Park in Ontario’s Cambridge City has raised concerns in the community, a report said.
The station is next to the parking lot near the Water Street entrance to the park, near the old. A signboard states that the station will close from October 15.
Shane Russell, who bought anin the first quarter of the year, said that his is on Crown property in the northern part of . He said he has no place in the region to flush out his sewage (also known as black water). He waits until he comes back home to use the park’s facilities.
He’s seen several trailer andowners who at the park every time he visits the station.
Contrary to the signage, there may be variousfor the station, according to Jason Alexander, the city’s manager.
Alexander explained that the dumping station was first constructed in the 1970s to serve thein Churchill Park. After the in 2015, this dumping facility was still open to use for free for those who own .
“The costs to maintain this service andtreatment [are] covered through water user rates,” Alexander said.
Churchill Park is the only free dumping station in theRegion, while others charge the and trailer owners.
“Given the updates required to convert this service as a pay-per-use station, the recommendation is being made to either close it permanently or keep it open seasonally as a pay-per-use station,” Alexander said.
A report is set to be submitted to the council on October 19.
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