NOTRE-DAME, New Brunswick — Opinion is split over a proposed 320-site private RV campground along the Cocagne River in Notre-Dame, reports CBC.ca.
Many residents in Notre-Dame want more answers about potential environmental impacts on the area if the multi-million-dollar campground goes ahead, and many are concerned the development will affect their wells, says CBC.ca.
Manon Cormier, who lives across the road from the proposed development, said she hasn’t been given enough reassurance that her well won’t be affected by the campground, and started a petition against the project.
But Germaine Montague, the president of the Dundas local service district, said the campground would be an economic driver for the area, writes CBC.ca.
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