Proposed solution would replace quarry with residential neighbourhood Key Facts Media release Guelph, Ont., October 1, 2019—The City of Guelph and the owners of the Dolime Quarry have reached a potential solution to address the City’s concerns about how operations at the quarry could affect Guelph’s drinking water. Learn more about the proposed solution to
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Latest News & Events
- City and Dolime Quarry owners reach proposal to protect Guelph’s drinking water October 4, 2019
- Ward 2 Town Hall September 7, 2019
- Logan’s Journey September 6, 2019
- 1st Annual Ward 2 Picnic June 15, 2019
- May 25th Ward 2 Town Hall Minutes June 5, 2019
- Ward 2 Town Hall – May 25, 2019 May 6, 2019
- March 23rd Ward 2 Town Hall Meeting Update April 6, 2019
- Just Leave It On The Lawn April 3, 2019
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