Hydrogen Sulfide levels have increased at 1925 Forestry Farm Road.
For months, the County has had the location taped off from access after officials noticed a gas leak was emitting low levels.
That changed recently and the county is looking to act.
That was Norfolk CAO, David Cribbs.
Council approved bringing in a Ground Penetrating Radar to pinpoint this elusive leak to move forward.
Cribbs said from correspondence the province has essentially placed the full responsibility on the County.
This will cost roughly $15,000.