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Posted On Thursday, July 02, 2020

Road work to 25 th Side Road between Veradale Street and Rosslyn Road, previously scheduled for today, has been postponed.
Communications will go out when a new work date is determined.
           
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Contact:        Marc Leschuk, Maintenance & Operations Supervisor – Environment Division – 630-4916

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Posted On Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Program & Service Review Sized for Website Homepage FeatureThe public is invited to view Grant Thornton’s Phase Two Report of the City’s Programs and Services and share comments from now until July 31.
The comments will be provided to Members of Council for consideration when they discuss the recommendations at a Special Committee of the Whole in September. Grant Thornton presented its Phase Two Report to Members of Council on Monday, June 22.
“This Review is an opportunity for the new City Council to gain a...

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Posted On Tuesday, June 30, 2020

As part of ongoing construction work, the parking area in front of the old CN station at Prince Arthur’s Landing will close on July 1, to remain closed for the balance of the summer. The closure will allow for the completion of concrete curbs, asphalt paving, lighting, planting beds and stormwater management features.
           
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Contact:        Brian Newman,...

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Posted On Tuesday, June 30, 2020

25 th Side Road will be closed to through traffic in both directions between Veradale Street and Rosslyn Road, on July 2 between the planned hours of 8:30am to 5:00pm. The closure is for water infrastructure maintenance.
Southbound traffic will be stopped and diverted down Veradale Street. Northbound traffic will be stopped and diverted down Rosslyn Road.
Motorists are encouraged to use 20 th Side Road on July 2 as an alternate route and are asked to obey all posted...

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Posted On Tuesday, June 30, 2020

James Street from Gore Street W. to Kingston Street is once again closed to traffic in both directions. This closure will remain in effect for the rest of this week, including Canada Day.
This area is undergoing construction work, and the effects of recent rainstorms have necessitated the continued closure. Motorists should take alternate routes and obey all posted signage.
           
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