Disclaimer & Copyright Notices; Optimized for the MS Edge
Select dealings with Nova Scotia Environment (NSE)
Soil & Water Conservation Society of Metro Halifax (SWCSMH)
Modified: October 24, 2018
.............. with salutations to our primary founding partner in 1989, the Nova Scotia Environment Department; Formal inaugural invitation d/December 20, 1989 on the suggestion of their limnologist. Dr. John Underwood PhD ...............
Table of Contents:
Following is only a representative selection of our relevant dealings; see also our individual lake pages in our Narrative on select lakes/rivers:
- Intensive discussions at a managers' meeting of the Department; February 08, 1991
- Commitment by the Hon. Robbie Harrison; February 21, 1994
- Our select formal scientific presentations to the Department on December 15, 1994; and on March 08, 1995
- A policy communiqué from Premier John Hamm MD; October 08, 1999
- Select dealings with Darrell Taylor, Water Quality Analyst, pursuant to a policy communique' from Premier John Hamm MD; October 08, 1999
- A confirmation letter from the Hon. Ron Russell; October 25, 1999
- Our third detailed scientific presentation to the Department on June 13, 2000
- The kind visit of Deputy Minister, Ron L'Esperance, to
Shalom Mandaville's city apartment to discuss various issues and
develop partnerships of mutual interest; July 17, 2003 .... with salutations
- Storm Drainage Works Approval Policy, 2002/2003 and our input
Intensive discussions at a managers' meeting of the Department; February 08, 1991 at 10.10 AM
The meeting was organized by the Manager of
the Central Region, Dianne Coish. Also present were Howard Windsor,
Director of Regional Offices; John Turner PEng, Director of Resource
Management & Pollution Control; and Andy Cameron, Manager, Water
Quality Branch. The meeting was held between us and the department to
clarify certain roles.
A February 21, 1994 letter of commitment by the Hon. Robbie Harrison
We donated synoptic studies we carried out especially for the honourable minister easily worth over $50,000 on a prior written request from the Minister
We made a third detailed scientific presentation to the Department
....... and follow-up discussions from 1:30
PM to 4:30 PM on June 13, 2000. Present were Mr. John Theakston PEng
and Mr. Darrell Taylor of the Ecosystem & Risk Management Branch
headed by Ms. Kate Moir.
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