Prostest in Front of the Clarendon Municipal office
Article published on 16 July 2020
last modification on 15 July 2020
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Residents of the municipality of Clarendon gathered in front of the municipal office yesterday, July 14, to protest the installation of septic system on the beach in Sand Bay.

Demonstrators, such as Randy Russel, criticized the municipality for the installation of the system, which they say has had negative consequences for the residents who wish to use the beach and swim in the Ottawa River.

The residents of Clarendon are hoping that the municipality intervenes to correct this situation.

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