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Agenda - Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority

Agenda - Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority

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proposed “Administrative Controls Protocol” is to integrate the efforts of agencies that have a mandate to regulate activities in the identified Area of Undertaking (AOU) to ensure that contaminated sediment is not disturbed. The parties to the protocol are as follows: • Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority (NPCA) • Environment Canada (EC) • Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) • Ministry of the Environment (MOE) • Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) • City of Welland (CITY) • Niagara Region (NR) • St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation (SLSMC) Pursuant to the protocol, all partner agencies will apply the specified decision-making process to review projects and activities located in the AOU, and then provide comments to the NPCA within a reasonable time. The NPCA is responsible for coordinating the decision-making process and confirming the involvement of all agencies. Nonetheless, the final decision on whether or not to grant a proponent an approval remains with each agency, pursuant to the legislation they administer. responsibility of all the agencies. The inter agency coordination will be done by NPCA’s RAP Co-ordinator however, screening functions will also be done by Planning staff. Based on a similar arrangement in Cornwall, Ontario, it is anticipated that less than half a dozen proposals will be subject to full review annually. The Administrative Controls Protocol is appended for the Boards consideration. This document among other things, details the location of the AOU, in which regulated activities will be subject to additional screening and a flow chart outlining the decision making process the partners will use. Attachments: - Attachment 1 – Map of Administrative Control Area - Attachment 2 - Administrative Control – Final Draft RECOMMENDATION: That the Authority Board receive the report for information; and That the Board authorize the Chairman and Chief Administrative Officer to execute the Lyons Creek East Administrative Controls protocol. Prepared by: John Kukalis, Director, Water Management Respectfully Submitted by: ___________________________________________ Tony D’Amario-P-Eng., CAO/Secretary-Treasurer

ATTACHMENT No. 1 - Administrative Control Area fro Lyon’s Creek East • Impacted Area – Includes all land in the creek bed where the contaminated sediment exists (Zones 1, 2, 3, and 4). • Area of Undertaking – Includes all land within the sub-watershed that drains into the Impacted Area.

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