Development has shrunk – website has shrunk – contributions/promises shrunk. The last incarnation: https://allthingsunionbay.com/2016/04/05/anyone-else-notice-the-letter-from-jim-youngren-partner-of-34083-yukon-inc/
Under ‘what’s the next step’:
Once the terms of the MDA have been met, Kensington will submit an application to the provincial Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, as the primary regulatory body.
So what’s holding him up?
Anyone remember this bullshit from KIP’s last website? https://allthingsunionbay.com/2016/04/05/anyone-else-notice-the-letter-from-jim-youngren-partner-of-34083-yukon-inc/
I’m surprised at all the talk about KIP developing the waterfront and creek front in the first phase and no mention of the toxic site literally feet from the swanky development. Anyone walking the coal hills knows the contaminated soil does not suddenly stop at the shoreline – it’s been spread out over an extremely large area surrounding the contaminated site by the tides and storms – a dead zone.
Took the following pic in 2013. Is there any difference in the soil on the coal hills and the soil across the creek on the shoreline?