What happened at this week's council meeting

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By Joanne Chianello, CBC News Ottawa, June 27, 2018

It was a newsy four hours at City Hall Wednesday, as council scrolled through a laundry list of items in its second-last meeting before the summer break.

(...)Here are some of the other issues council dealt with Wednesday:

(...)Tomlinson — the company that is the subject of a damning city auditor's report — said in a letter to city manager Steve Kanellakos that it will pay to clean up the site contamination, including contamination of the groundwater, at the Springhill Landfill in the former Osgoode township.

(...)Council voted unanimously in favour of spending $600,000 on an environmental assessment for an LRT extension to Barrhaven, which would largely replace the bus-rapid transit system there and connect to the future Baseline station planned in the second phase of the city's LRT plan.

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