The legal standoff between the Shawnigan Residents Association and South Island Aggregates over a contaminated soil dump has taken another turn.
The Association was back in court last week claiming it’s got evidence the other side hasn’t turned over all the relevant documents.
President Calvin Cook says those documents are tied to allegations of a conflict of interest between SIA and the firm that did the environmental assessments for the project.
He says the Association is making all the court documents available online.
“Take a look at the SRA website as it gives them (people) the opportunity to review the material that has been presented to us and make their own determination.”
Cook says the Association is hoping a ruling on the application will be made this week.
In the meantime, it’s pushing for an injunction to prevent SIA from operating on the site.