Gas leak costs mount for Norfolk

Norfolk County is blasting the provincial government for last summer’s natural gas emergency in Silver Hill.
Ministry of Environment staffers who were setting up air-quality monitoring equipment moved away from leaking gas wells after stumbling over a “potentially dangerous” marijuana patch.
The County ended up hiring a private firm, to the tune of $76,000, to do the job after the ministry left the scene.
The Wynne government is refusing to compensate Norfolk County or impacted landowners for the emergency

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