We all live on acreages, we spend time outside, and now we can relax, said Lucille Low, a leader of the opposition to the plant and a county resident living near its proposed location.As proposed the plant would have stored and mixed chemicals for use in the oilfield, and would have housed 20 storage tanks each with a capacity of 125,000 litres. Now though Halliburton will be forced to look elsewhere to build the plant. Representatives of the energy giant said it was not the decision they hoped for.a little disappointed in the decision here today, and going forward we look at what our options are and our next steps are, said Paul Hanson, Halliburton operations and development manager, directly following the decision.Council issued a five page written explanation of its decision to not approve the permit, detailing concerns that included proper land use, health and safety, the environment, (the plant would have been built along Blackmud Creek) and property values, among others.Similar facilities are already in operation in Nisku, but following the vote, Leduc County mayor John Whaley said the site of the proposal, next to the creek and also in close proximity to residential areas, made it the wrong location for that kind of industry.He insisted the county was still pro business, but that given their concerns, council could not give its approval.is [the] Nisku Industrial Business Park here, the largest one in North America.
I was a kid, I had no idea what I wanted to do as an adult. I wish that I would have had more exposure to what a career in science could be, because I had no idea about the wide variety of jobs that use science every day. By volunteering with Let Talk Science, I hope that I can show kids that science isn intimidating; it exciting and fun, and it a major part of everything that we do.
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9, and Monday, Jan. 23, to answer questions about the new Medicare Part D prescription drug program. The service will be offered at the Laguna Beach Senior Center, 384 Legion St. Look forward to returning to Fond du Lac and giving back by providing care to those who gave me so much growing up, says Dr. Bertram. My new role, I will be working one on one with all my patients and take a conservative approach before moving to surgery.