I was in two meetings this week on the Gravel deal. First Doug and I met with the JLG Gravel Consultant, Vern Torstensen here in Edmonton. He will have JLG’s proposal for the Gravel to be harvested and land reclamation to the Alberta Government complete by Mid May.It is about 100 pages of design drawings and an overall plan for gravel extraction on the 320 acres. It will take approximately 12 to 15 years to pull the Gravel.
On Tuesday I drove to Calgary and met with our reviewer from Rocky View County.I gave her a cheque for $7500.00 to pay for the review. The county has asked for a Master Site Development Plan (a first for JLG Gravel) and we are complying. It includes a Traffic Impact Assessment and that was started on Monday.
The Master Site Development Plan will be done by Mid July and all of the paper requirements for harvesting the gravel will be complete and filed with the County of Rocky View and the Alberta Government.
About 2 months ago I met with Spray Lakes Lumber in Cochrane and the owner of the company confirmed with me, that whenever we are ready they will negotiate a price with us and take all of the trees we wish to sell. In the Torstensen plan however he has kept a large berm of trees for sight and sound insulation for our neighbours.Therefore we will not be taking down all of the trees. As we proceed with the gravel we will harvest the trees to the best of our ability.
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