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The Water and Wastewater Master Plan Class EA Report, including all supporting volumes, is the documentation which has been placed on public record for the Class EA review period. The documentation in its entirety contains and describes all required phases of the planning process and incorporates the procedure considered essential for compliance with the Environmental Assessment Act.
As per the Notice of Study Completion below, the 30 day public review period will begin on Thursday, October 13, 2011 and end on Monday, November 14, 2011.
The Water and Wastewater Master Plan Class EA Report has been organized into the three (3) volumes described below.
The Master Plan Class EA Phase 1 and 2 Report is the principal document summarizing the study objectives, approach, methodologies, technical analysis, evaluation and selection of the preferred water and wastewater servicing strategies. The report provides the context for the evaluation and decision-making processes undertaken to determine the preferred servicing strategies, while referring the reader to Volume II for further detailed project specific evaluation and technical supporting documentation. This Report contains the following sections:
These sections provide a synopsis of the Water and Wastewater Master Plan Class EA Report including all capital projects and studies identified in the study.
The General sections provide the overall master planning process background information with respect to the Master Plan process and methodologies used during the study.
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The Water section provides information on the analysis of the water systems and the development and evaluation of water servicing alternatives.
The Wastewater section provides information on the analysis of the wastewater systems and the development and evaluation of wastewater servicing alternatives.
Preferred Servicing Strategies
The Preferred Servicing Strategies sections provide a summary of the strategies including project by project identification supported by mapping. This section also provides additional implementation and commitment requirements to successfully deliver the water and wastewater programs.
Technical background information critical in the development of the Master Plan is included in the appendices to Volume I. The technical appendices contain relevant project, implementation and technical analysis information, including:
The Project File volume provides detailed project information for select individual projects. The file includes technical and financial documentation, including project tracking sheets, evaluation tables, maps, and other technical supporting documentation for all Schedule B projects. The Master Plan provides systematic evaluation and documentation to support the Schedule B Class EA requirements along with any applicable review agency commitments prior to their respective implementation.
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The Public Consultation volume contains all relevant documentation of the public consultation process including notices, comments and responses, and distributed information. Presentation material from all Public Information Centres (PICs) held during the process is included. Other presentation material and discussion information from workshops held with relevant agencies, approval bodies, and other stakeholders are also included.
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Halton Region is composed of
the City of Burlington,
the Town of Halton Hills,
the Town of Milton,
and the Town of Oakville .