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All remaining evacuated residents given the green light to return home this morning

13-Jan-2018

All remaining evacuated residents given the green light to return home this morning

Residents on Spruce Avenue, First Street East and Second Street East will return home this afternoon

12-Jan-2018

Residents on Spruce Avenue, First Street East, and Second Street East are being individually contacted and notified that they can begin to return home this afternoon

Weekly Construction Update

12-Jan-2018

Summary of construction projects as of January 12, 2018

Clean up at the site of the Bayside Drive butane leak is almost complete, and an air quality monitoring plan is now in place

11-Jan-2018

Incident responders have been at the scene of the butane leak on Bayside Drive since Monday

City Crews Prepare for Heavy Rain

11-Jan-2018

A winter storm event is forecasted to begin Friday afternoon and into Saturday bringing heavy rain with the possibility of freezing rain to the area.

City of Saint John to Post Public Notices Online

11-Jan-2018

The City of Saint John wishes to advise that, beginning January 2018, public notices for new planning applications will no longer appear as advertisements in the Telegraph Journal.

SJEMO Update: Efforts to clear the broken pipeline have been successful, agencies now focus on cleaning the spill, and residents remain evacuated

10-Jan-2018

Crews worked throughout the evening and continue the operation today to purge (clear) the four-inch broken butane line. The operations is ongoing and close to completion.

The incident on Bayside Drive is stable, affected residents remain evacuated while the response continues

09-Jan-2018

The SJ-EMO and responding agencies and organizations, including the Irving Emergency Response Team, remain on scene at the site of yesterday afternoon’s butane leak on Bayside Drive

First Street East, Second Street East and 66-72 Spruce Avenue now included in evacuation area, east Saint John

08-Jan-2018

Due to a projected change in the wind direction, further preventative measures have been taken and the SJ-EMO is now including all residents on First Street East, Second Street East and 66-72 Spruce Avenue in the evacuation in response to a butane leak on

Evacuation area expanded to include all homes on River Avenue, east Saint John

08-Jan-2018

The Saint John-EMO has expanded the evacuation area in response to a butane gas leak on Bayside Drive to include all homes on River Avenue in the City’s east side.

 
 
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