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Candidate nameWater Platform Statement
John Antonioni

“Protect our fragile lakes and safeguard our drinking water supply”

From http://johnantonioni.ca/my-priorities/, last checked Aug. 30, 2014

Fern Cormier

“Fern believes that Ward 10 needs:
The protection of our lakes to be a top priority”

From http://www.voteferncormier.com/#!platform/c5ro, last checked Sept. 13, 2014

“it will be critical that protection of our watershed and the health of our lakes become a priority for the next edition of council

We need to fast-track the report on groundwater protection and put a system in place that will see all storm water treated before it enters our watershed and lakes.”

From http://www.voteferncormier.com/#!issue-statements/c2h5, last checked October 17, 2014

Hannu Piironen

"The protection of our lakes, rivers and streams is not only important for our recreation and the beauty of our City, but is of extreme importance to the preservation of our drinking water. There are some specific things that the City can control with regard to source water protection, including looking at efficient ways of managing storm sewer drainage. We also need to develop an effective way of monitoring the phosphorous in our lakes as we move toward the densification of the city core."

From http://hannu.ca/campaign-statement/, last checked July 10, 2014

"Include storm water run-off in all planning. Increase the use of natural filtration systems. Frequently inspect septic systems. Demand full disclosure regarding the toxins being transported through the community, especially by train along Ramsey Lake, and develop a plan to deal with potential environmental catastrophes.  "

From flyer (pdf provided by candidate)

Steve Ripley

"Reintroduce more native fish species to Ramsey Lake,that have been lost to past overfishing and pollution to help improve the lakes health and attract more sportsmen to the city."

"Introduction of a bylaw restricting 2 stroke outboards from Ramsey Lake to eliminate a prime pollution source from one of Sudbury's major sources of drinking water and recreation."

from http://www.steveripley.ca/detailed-platform.html, last checked July 26, 2014

Mila Wong
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