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esidents and businesses expressed concern over aspects of the bylaw, including permissible water uses during extreme periods of drought, said a notice from the city.

Meetings address outdoor water use

Following up on an extraordinarily dry summer, the city is looking for feedback on its Outside Water Use bylaw and program.
The city is holding two public meetings to discuss a review and update of the bylaw, and is asking the public to come out to voice concerns and provide comment.
The first meeting will take place Jan. 30 from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at the Evergreen Seniors Community Centre, 683 Woolwich St. The second one goes Feb. 5 from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at the Italian Canadian Club, 135 Ferguson St.
During prolonged periods of drought in 2012, the city raised  water-use restrictions under its Outside Water Use bylaw. Both residents and businesses expressed concern over aspects of the bylaw, including permissible water uses during extreme periods of drought, said a notice from the city.
The city’s review of the bylaw is in response to those concerns, it said.
Those unable to attend the public meetings are invited to submit comments by Feb. 8 through one of the following channels:
• Email owureview@guelph.ca
• Call 519-822-1260, ext. 2153
• Fax 519-822-8837
• Or mail to Outside Water Use By-law comments, 1 Carden St., City Hall, Guelph, Ont., N1H 3A1.

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