Lakehead Region Conservation Authority Explains Hazelwood Decision

Lakehead Region Conservation Authority

THUNDER BAY – NEWS – Bill Bartley, the Chair of the Lakehead Region Conservation Authority discusses the decision by the LRCA to take down the Hazelwood Conservation Area building.

Chairman Bartley states it is a business decision, not made lightly that the Board is in full agreement in making.

The Board of the LRCA made the decision last fall after trying a number of different efforts to get the twenty-year-old building into a workable business model.

Right now Bartley explains, Habitat for Humanity will be working with LRCA in recycling as much of the material in the building as possible.

Lakehead Region Conservation Authority

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