Cease and Desist Order given to Formula Powell

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Formula Powell has been given a cease and desist order by the City of Fort St. John.

The City expressed concern over the amount of contaminated snow being brought into Formula Powell’s yard in the community. Diane Hunter with the City says the Ministry of Environment agreed and they should start hauling the snow out of the community within 24 hours. [asset|aid=1106|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=e873aed9b8a454af82107a799c68e718-Diane – Forumla Powell_1_Pub.mp3]

The Ministry of the Environment and Formula Powell will now hold discussions as to where the contaminated snow will be moved to. Diane says normally the Ministry would contact the City of Fort St. John. [asset|aid=1107|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=e873aed9b8a454af82107a799c68e718-Diane – Forumla 2_1_Pub.mp3]

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The City Manager also says the number of dump truck loads is actually closer to 600.

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