Session will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 12 from 4 to 8 p.m. at Maurice Londry Centre in South Porcupine.

Brenda Torresan, chair of the Porcupine Watershed Public Liaison committee, seen here at water sampling station No. 3, is urging residents to attend the open house being hosted by the Porcupine Watershed Public Liaison committee on Wednesday, Feb. 12 from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Maurice Londry Centre in South Porcupine. RICHA BHOSALE/The Daily Press JPG, TD

East End residents have had longstanding concerns about the water quality in Porcupine Lake.

The Porcupine Watershed Public Liaison committee members will be hosting an open house to update residents with the latest information related to Porcupine Lake.

“We are hosting this as an information session for the public where they can ask questions about the health of the lake, the improvements to the lake, the pumping station work that is ongoing, along with time frames for completion and costs,” said Brenda Torresan, the liaison committee chair.

The session will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 12 from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Maurice Londry Centre in South Porcupine.

During the open house there will be information booths set up for residents to ask questions to experts from other committees like: Friends of the Porcupine River Watershed, City of Timmins, the Canadian Environmental Law Association, the Newmont Porcupine, the Porcupine Health Unit and the Mattagami Region Conversation Authority.

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