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2017 Roadside Spraying

PUBLIC NOTICE
Pesticide Use

The County of Lanark intends to utilize Green Stream Lawn & Vegetation Management Inc. to control weeds along rural roadsides within the County of Lanark: Boom Spraying

The boom spraying will occur on pre-selected township and county roads within the County of Lanark.

The Contractor will be using: Clearview Herbicide (PCP#29752), active ingredients Metasulfuron-Methyl and Aminopyralid, (present as potassium salt), Gateway Adjuvant (PCP#31470), active ingredients Paraffinic Oil and Alkoxylated alcohol non-ionic surfactant, under the Pest Control Products Act (Canada).

Commencing: June 1, 2017 to June 30, 2017 (weather permitting).

For further information contact:
Green Stream Lawn & Vegetation Management Inc. – 905-510-1229 (call collect)
Lanark County Public Works, 613-267-1353 or Toll Free 1-888-952-6275
Township of Drummond / North Elmsley, 613-267-6500
Township of Lanark Highlands, 613-259-2398
Township of Montague, 613-283-7478

Information regarding weed spraying details of the specific road sections to be sprayed and no spray options, visit the County of Lanark website at www.lanarkcounty.ca




Roadside spraying is scheduled to take place between May 29th and June 30th, weather permitting. Spraying occurs from the edge of the gravel shoulder to the property limits and uses ClearView herbicide to control the growth of undesirable vegetation. The contractors performing the work are fully licensed. Spraying occurs in areas identified during weed audits.

The following locations will not be sprayed:

• Roadside ditches maintained by property owners
• 10 metre buffer from freshwater habitat
• Sprayers are turned off at mailboxes or whenever a pedestrian is nearby

2017 Spray Program Road List

Landowners who do not want roadside spraying should review the No Spray options below.


Options for No Spraying – Township of Lanark Highlands Roads

Adopt a Road
A program where groups (minimum 3 individuals) can enter into an agreement with the Township of Lanark Highlands to complete various vegetation management activities.
2017 Adopt A Road Program Information
2017 Adopt A Road Agreement
2017 Adopt A Road Program Terms and Conditions
2017 Indemnity Requirements
2017 Insurance Requirements

No Spray Agreement
An agreement between the Township and a landowner (occupant) who takes alternative vegetation control actions to control noxious weeds within the road allowance adjacent to their lands, and therefore, the Township does not spray the zone.
2017 No Spray Agreement - 2017

All requests for no spraying should be submitted to the Township of Lanark Highlands Public Works Department on or before Thursday May 18, 2017. Requests will continue to be received following this date and will be accommodated if possible. Review process, contractor schedule and spray work already completed will need to be taken into consideration.

No spray requests are not guaranteed until the review process is completed and approval granted by the Acting Director of Public Works.


For information about the County of Lanark Roadside Spraying Program please click on the following link:

http://www.lanarkcounty.ca/Page1875.aspx