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Final phase of Northwest Trunk project set to begin

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April 20, 2015 - The final phase of the Northwest Trunk sanitary project is scheduled to begin at the end of April with a completion date set for the end of May. The $850,000 project includes the decommissioning of the Uniroyal pumping station and diversion of sanitary flow to the Jennings Creek pump station.

“This is the final component of bringing much-needed services to the northwest area of Lindsay,” explained Manager of Engineering Juan Rojas. “This project will provide sanitary servicing and residential and commercial development potential to the area.”

The work is scheduled to take place on Moose Road in Lindsay from McLaughlin Road to the end of Moose Road. For residents on McLaughlin Road, south of Moose Road, there will be a detour directing motorists to go south on McLaughlin Road to Mary Street.

“The project will include the main line sanitary replacement on Moose Road, the decommissioning of the Uniroyal pump station and the re-paving of Moose Road,” said Mr. Rojas. “We are all very excited and pleased to see this project so close to completion. It will allow for tremendous growth and opportunity in Lindsay’s northwest quadrant.”

Council awarded Contract 6 on September 9, 2014.

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For more information please contact:

Juan Rojas
Manager of Engineering – CKL
705 324-9411 x 1151
Jrojas@city.kawarthalakes.on.ca

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