April 17, 2013.
Royal Gazette — City of Hamilton “committed” to making new hotel a reality. Before any further large developments in the City, the Corporation of Hamilton need to first deal with the City’s sewage problem. On any given day pedestrians are subjected to foul odours along certain sidewalks and drains in the city. Is this not a health issue? Many huge new buildings have been constructed in the last few years and must be tremendously impacting on the existing sewage system down on Front Street.
Can we continue to build, build, build and not extend or upgrade the present sewage plant? Consideration should be given to improvements first before any new structures go up.
Thank you, Sir, for the space taken.
P.S. Lets keep the foul odours inside the sewage plant, not outside.
A FAITHFUL GAZETTE READER
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