By Emma Jackson, Ottawa Metro News, October 18, 2016
The chance to finally flush out Mooney’s Bay’s bathroom issues may be going down the drain.
River ward Coun. Riley Brockington complained at environment committee Tuesday that the park pavilion’s “antiquated” wastewater system wasn’t included on the city’s list of 41 priority water and sewer projects to be submitted for federal and provincial funding this month.
Toilets at the pavilion, which houses the privately-run Baja Grill as well as city-owned public washrooms, can’t keep up with demand during busy beach days and major festivals.http://www.metronews.ca/news/ottawa/2016/10/18/raw-deal-for-mooneys-bay-sewage-problems-brockington-says.html