By Ken Kilpatrick on November 5, 2013

Huron-Kinloss council is running into a stone wall with the Nuclear Waste Management Organization.

A member of the Huron-Kinloss Nuclear Waste Advisory Committee wants the Waste Management Organization to pay for his registration at a nuclear waste conference in Arizona.

Glenn Sutton, a former Kincardine Mayor, is already in Arizona, and simply asked that the $800 fee for the conference be picked up by the NWMO. But it turned him down, says it won’t support attendance at conferences and symposiums by communities involved in the site selection process.

So Huron-Kinloss council agreed last night to pay the conference fee for Sutton, and will consider sending the invoice to the NWMO for reimbursement.

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