The town council of Halton Hills approved restrictions on the location of new aggregate businesses with new zoning by-laws and official plan amendments,
The changes also would remove aggregate transfer stations from the list of permitted uses on land currently zoned for aggregate extraction.
The Provincial Policy Statement considers mineral aggregate extraction to be an interim use, not a permanent rural employment site so the lands are to be rehabilitated back to agricultural conditions or something compatible with the rural area.
How did they do it?
Here is the report:
Hopefully someone passes this on to Geriatric Jorden as I suspect this is going to come up at the public meeting on Melancthon's OP that still has to be held under the Planning Act.