“We’ve heard about this for months, low flow on the Tay,” said Mayor John Fenik. “We have to have a plan moving forward. The situation can’t continue as it is.”The moderator was Jeff Kohl, who told attendees that “an action plan will be forthcoming after tonight"
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By Desmond Devoy, InsideOttawaValley, October 22, 2019 Perth’s rocky ramps are used to getting a rocky reception from residents. That’s why the ramps got a rough ride from residents during a public meeting on their future in the town council chambers on Tuesday, Oct. 15. But before residents had a chance to air their grievances, there had to be some managing of expectations.