Guelph Junction Railway is mandated by law, to keep weeds along its right-of-way, under control.
In March, the city, which owns the railway, announced that it would be closing a trail near the tracks from the downtown area, north to Speedvale Ave, for about 3 hours while crews sprayed the area for weeds.
That was to have happened this week. But the railway delayed the spraying, giving time for city councilor James Gordon to hold a meeting tomorrow night at the Guelph Youth Music Centre on Cardigan Street.
The public is invited, and railway representatives will be on hand to present some “non-toxic” weed control alternatives.
The meeting begins at 7:30.