Hamilton “sewage-gate” may be coming to an end

By Lisa Iesse, Writer HAMILTON – The city of Hamilton announced on Tuesday (Nov. 21) in-water clean-up of Chedoke Creek is completed. This might just be the last chapter of the ‘Sewage-gate’ saga , but with high water utility bills ahead, city residents seem to be left to flip the bill. Last month, the October 31 deadline set by the province for the city to complete in-water work was extended to November 30. At a city council meeting on Tuesday, Nick Winters, the city’s director of water, said the work concluded last Friday November 17. He said the sewage will be deposited to the Stoney Creek GFL landfill. This is the next phase of the clean-up, due for completion by Dec. 31. The extracted waste was left drying in tubes…

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