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    The City is aware of ongoing comments with respect to asbestos in asphalt. We continue to work closely with all applicable Provincial ministries and the SMDHU to ensure that our practices meet all requirements; they do. The safety of residents, our employees and the environment will continue to be our priority. As additional information becomes available and validated, this City’s website will be updated. For now, here is a summary of our road construction practice in accordance with all requirements:

    Asbestos was used as an additive to asphalt from the 1960s to mid-1980s, added to asphalt mix to provide greater strength and performance. It is not used in asphalt anymore, but in many municipalities roads that were built between the 1960s and early 1980s could contain asbestos.

    Asbestos is bound within the pavement, so there is very low risk to the public. Even when asphalt containing asbestos breaks down, it’s…

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    The City Response was posted by General Manager Andrea Miller. It is in error and it is deceptive. The City is NOT co-operating with the Ministry of Labour at this time. A Material Testing Lab showed indisputably that free Asbestos is present in the dirt on our street. If citizens safety was a concern, the City would see to it that the hazardous Asbestos-Asphalt pavements were repaved. They have no plans to keep us safe. dieter.mueller4907@gmail.com

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    Dieter Mueller commented  · 

    The official word from the City is that our 48 year old Asbestos-Asphalt road (Gloria Street) "... is not scheduled for resurfacing for several years."

    According to the Deputy Mayor Mr. Barry Ward, residents of Barrie do not pay enough taxes.

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    It's truly wonderful to see wildlife in the city no matter of what kind, variety or size.

    However, residents ought to allow wildlife to remain wild...do not feed them, or offer food via garbage & refuse.

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