A controversial project which Hamilton politicians have no control over, has nonetheless drawn another full house to City Hall.
At issue, is the planned reversal of flow on Enbridge's pipeline which runs through Flamborough.
Company officials were on hand for the latest meeting of the General Issues Committee --- stressing that the purpose is to move Canadian crude from western markets to refineries in eastern Canada.
Enbridge's Ken Hall also responded to worries about the age of the 36 year old pipe and the possibility of a spill.
He calls safety their number one priority, adding that they continue to upgrade and maintain their assets.
Six Nation's officials are threatening to protest the pipeline reversal which has already been approved by the National Energy Board.