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Maple Avenue scheduled for reconstruction beginning Fall 2018 to end of 2019

Maple Avenue is scheduled for what classified as a “minor reconstruction” beginning in in fall of 2018 and extending to the end of 2019.

Work on Maple includes:

  • Asphalt resurfacing
  • Localized curb and gutter replacement
  • Localized sidewalk replacement
  • Median replacement
  • Storm Sewer spot repair
  • Watermain and service replacement
  • Trunk Wastewater main installation

Work on adjacent streets includes:

Ontario Street:

  • Full depth asphalt replacement
  • Localized curb and gutter replacement
  • Localized sidewalk replacement
  • Watermain and service replacement

Richmond Road:

  • Asphalt resurfacing
  • Localized curb and gutter replacement
  • Localized sidewalk replacement
  • Storm sewer spot repair

Tentative Project Schedule & Budget:

  • Tender Close: Summer 2018
  • Construction: Fall 2018 – End of 2019

City Budget: $3,250,000; Region Budget: $11,017,000

Additional information about the project, including information for homeowners and contacts visit the city webpage dedicated to this site here: Maple Ave Reconstruction

 

Written by Marianne Meed Ward

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