The Herald Bulletin

Morning Update


September 14, 2013

Editorial: Sale could bring peace for Mallard Lake


Residents are to take the company at its word. Let's hope none of the wording in Best Way's announcement is legalese intended to throw off wary residents.

The threat of a landfill has to stop and Best Way, if it wants to hold onto to its spot as a truthful business, has to simply state that the land will never — as long as it is involved — become a landfill.

Honesty is expected of good neighbors, particularly when those neighbors have undergone three decades of legal battles and controversy.

In summary The sale of the Mallard Lake landfill site can be a sign of relief for neighbors, if the buyer is truthful.

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