ATVers’ deal sealed

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Staff An agree­ment be­tween South Glen­garry town­ship and the Glen­daler’s Win­ter Sports Club re­gard­ing clear­ing and us­age of an un­opened road al­lowance in the Sum­mer­stown area was fi­nal­ized at the Fe­bru­ary 9 coun­cil meet­ing.

Coun­cil had ap­proved the group’s re­quest to clear brush and trees along an un­opened road al­lowance run­ning east from Paragon Road to SDG 27 to fa­cil­i­tate us­age along an ex­ist­ing trail at the pre­vi­ous meet­ing on Jan­uary 26, pend­ing an agree­ment be­tween the Glen­daler’s and the town­ship. That pact has sev­eral con­di­tions, among them: that the clear­ing of brush and trees is lim­ited to the fo­liage that needs to be cleared to es­tab­lish the 15-foot-wide trial; that no trees ex­ceed­ing eight inches in di­am­e­ter can be felled; a sur­vey for the sec­tions of the un­opened road al­lowance that the Glen­daler’s will be clear­ing must be com­pleted by a rec­og­nized On­tario Land Surveyor firm; and that all work and re­lated costs (such as those per­tain­ing to the sur­vey, le­gal ser­vices and work per­formed) will be paid for by the Glen­daler’s.

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