One of the owners of Picton Terminals says it will be business as usual, despite a recent court decision.
On Monday, Justice Wolf Tausendfreund (Ontario Superior Court of Justice) announced that Picton Terminals has been ordered to remove portable industrial equipment and aggregate from a portion of their property on the northeast portion of the Picton Bay location they operate. CLICK HERE FOR MORE
The group Save Picton Bay began a court fight, alleging that large salt piles were left uncovered at the site, allowing it to flow into the water when it rained.
Picton Terminals co-owner Ben Doornekamp says they anticipated the court’s decision in the case.
The remainder of the property will not see any change, as it is under “legal non-conforming status”.
Doornekamp says they have worked diligently with the municipality, the MOE, and others.