Additional funding makes positive impact at Hagersville Quarry

By Mike Renzella

The Haldimand Press

HAGERSVILLE—A recent report submitted to Haldimand County Council by the Police Services Board touched upon recent efforts to deter trespassing and parking at the Hagersville quarry.

Through previously-approved funding, the County was able to increase the amount of no parking/trespassing signage around the site this summer. In addition, Council approved funding to pay off-duty officers to enforce the bylaws around the quarry on Sundays and long weekends up to the September long weekend. The breakdown of the additional funding is as follows: $5,766.36 paid to the OPP for additional towing/patrolling services between July to September 2019; $2,735.28 for ‘No Stopping’ signs mounted to cedar posts in 2018; and $3,480.49 for additional, updated signs and posts in 2019, now stating ‘No Stopping – Tow Away Zone’. Although no official statistics were available, OPP Constable Rod LeClair stated that the area is patrolled regularly during the summer months.

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