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Public open house March 22 for street improvements on Maple, Richmond, Ontario

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Public Notice – The City of Burlington and the Region of Halton will be making improvements to Maple Avenue in 2018 and 2019.

This work will include minor road reconstruction (City) on Maple Avenue, Ontario Street, and Richmond Road.

Water and wastewater main replacement (Region) on Maple Avenue, and watermain replacement (Region) on Ontario Street.

The map below shows which streets are included in the project.

A Public Information Centre (PIC) will be held:

Thursday, March 22, 2018, 6:00pm to 7:30pm
Art Gallery of Burlington – Rotary Room, 1333 Lakeshore Road

This PIC will give you the chance to see the project drawings, the schedule, including road closures, bus detours, and discuss any construction disruptions from the work.

The format is an open house. There is no scheduled presentation. Drop in any time between 6-7:30pm to review and comment on this project.

View the public notice mailed to residents here: CW 18-08 PIC Invitation

I will be in attendance to hear any concerns also, or you can reach me at marianne.meedward@burlington.ca, or 905-335-7600, ext. 7588.

If you can’t attend this PIC and would like more information please contact:

Jeff Thompson, Project Manager Capital Works Department 905-335-7600, ext 7669 jeff.thompson@burlington.ca

Wen Zhu, Project Manager Consultant Engineering & Construction, Public Works 905-825-6000, ext 3466 Wen.zhu@halton.ca  

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