Dam born: February Zorra vom Hanneß. SZ Hip: SV: HD a- normal (a1) - Elbows: Not known. 0 user comments; Sibling list · Progeny list 3 · Progeny pictures 6. 16 Feb An aging earth dam that holds the man-made, three-hectare pond no longer meets provincial standards. A report recommends the Harrington Dam either be replaced or removed. Zorra Township council organized the meeting with the Upper Thames River Conservation Authority (UTRCA), which owns the. 23 Jun draw inlet with an inverted V-shaped trash- rack anchored to the top of the outlet. An emergency spillway is located on the east embankment. The Embro Dam and Conservation Area is owned by the UTRCA; however, the. Township of Zorra pays % of operating costs for the dam. The Conservation Area.
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Change text size for the story Print. The Township has retained Peter Pickfield as legal counsel to assist the Township throughout this process. A report recommends the Harrington Dam either be replaced or removed. The Township will need to have the proposal carefully iyottube mandingo
by independent experts and will seek public consultation on the proposal throughout the Environmental Assessment process. The dam overflowed twice in the summer of The existing dam should not be incorporated into a new dam," said the report, which underlined the word "not" in both instances. = YOUNG WELLINGTON, Red, calved April 1st, , bred by John M. Campbell, Crosshill, Oat., got by Wellington = =, dam Lavinia ==, by Duke of Bourbon = =, &c, tracing to Lady Jane (imp,) = = = ZORRA, Red, calved Jan. 26th, , bred by the Hon. Geo. Brown, Bow Park, Brantford, Ont.;. 12 Jun An environmental assessment report will be handed to council as they consider the future of the Harrington Dam. Zorra Township Council will receive the final report of the Environmental Assessment of the Harrington Dam at their next council meeting. The EA was commissioned by the Upper Thames River. 6 Jun The dam is not used for flood control, no longer meets provincial standards and is considered no longer stable. But the association is fighting to keep the pond, a favourite picnicking and fishing area for generations, as well as a haven for waterfowl and wildlife. Kerr said Zorra council will receive the final.