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Green PPJ hosts info meeting

Remo Pasteris provides a history of the group, outlining meetings held with media outlets and politicians, as well as describing the maintenance report and lobbying efforts.

Donald
Teuma-Castelletti
CAMPBELL’S BAY
Nov. 22, 2017
A general information meeting was held by the Green PPJ group last Wednesday, offering attendees a chance to find out what they’re about and initiatives they’ve taken since their inception last year.
Meeting at the SADC Pontiac office in Campbell’s Bay, around 15 people – made up of group members, concerned citizens, an MRC employee and local tourism directors – joined together to discuss their concerns and enforce the goal of the group, which is to promote and protect the PPJ for its current uses.
The Green PPJ remains concerned that the biking and hiking trail is threatened by ATV riders, but also by a lack of maintenance to the route. They believe it will be hard to promote the PPJ when there are sections in need of repair, as well as an issue in quality of materials used.

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