MRC reiterates the importance of an independent flood investigation
Article published on 3 December 2019
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Six months after the devastating floods of 2019, the MRC Pontiac says that the Pontiac Citizens still do not know the real cause of the floods in 2017 and in 2019, despite many requests for independent studies submitted by the Regional Council of Mayors at the MRC Pontiac, including a resolution in September for an independent inquiry (CM 2019-09-15).

The MRC Pontiac believes that understanding the cause of the floods is essential for future prevention: considering the importance of implementing preventative measures to prepare for all eventualities that may occur. The MRC Pontiac’s Council of Mayors has resolved to re-launch their request for an independent inquiry and once again implore the political authorities to carry out an urgent examination of this situation.

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