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Crews to begin $950,000 water and road infrastructure project next week

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June 22, 2015 - An investment of more than $950,000 to improve water and road infrastructure along a portion of Lindsay Street South is set to commence the week of June 29.

The Public Works led project includes the installation of a 300mm watermain along Lindsay Street South from Mary Street to Logie Street.  The project will also include the resurfacing of Lindsay Street South from Mary Street to the Lindsay Street South bridge.

“The extension of this watermain was identified as a critical piece of infrastructure for growth that is occurring within the southeast area of Lindsay,” explained Amber Hayter, senior engineering technician with the City. “The installation of the watermain will create a loop to the current dead end watermain that feeds the Bromont Homes development on Logie Street.”

Ms. Hayter added the work will provide operational benefits such as improved water quality and the ability isolate sections of the watermain while retaining services.

The project is expected to take approximately two-and-a-half months to complete.

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For more information please contact:

Amber Hayter
Senior Engineering Technician
705-324-9411 Ext. 1120
achayter@city.kawarthalakes.on.ca

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