Six Nations is reaping the reward from a deal made with a developer in 2016

By Turtle Island News Staff Lonny Bomberry, director of Lands and Resources told Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) they made a deal with McClung Properties Limited in 2016 to transfer three parcels of land to Six Nations in exchange for not interfering with a housing development built in Seneca Township in Caledonia. “Because of the political situation at the time with stoppage of developments in caledonia, particularly on the south side of the Grand River, we impressed upon McClung that they should come to some accommodation on the north side of the river,” he said. McClung offered Six Nations 200 acres of prime agricultural land in Oneida Township. The agreement was that once 200 homes were completed SNEC would receive 75 acres, which it did in 2018. The second transfer…

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