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Public Information Session: Fairville Boulevard (Linton Road to Plaza Avenue and Outfall)

26-Apr-2017

FAIRVILLE BOULEVARD (LINTON ROAD TO PLAZA AVENUE and OUTFALL) STORM SEWER IMPROVEMENTS AND MANAWAGONISH CREEK CHANNEL UPGRADES

The City of Saint John will be installing new storm sewer on Fairville Boulevard and upgrading the Manawagonish Creek channel as part of the above noted project.  The channel work in Manawagonish Creek will be done between Honeysuckle Drive and Highway No. 1 and from Fairville Boulevard to the area behind the Ready Rentals property.  New storm sewer will be installed from the Comfort Inn at #1155 Fairville Boulevard to #950 Fairville Boulevard.  The project includes the installation of new storm sewer, catchbasins, manholes and associated appurtenances as well as reinstatement of concrete curb, concrete sidewalk and asphalt as required.

Construction is expected to begin in June and continue into October 2017. Prior to construction, another notice will be distributed to inform residents and business owners of the actual construction schedule.  Although there will be water interruptions and delays in traffic, it is our intent to keep these inconveniences to a minimum. 

This project is part of the City’s ongoing commitment to continually improve its infrastructure.  This project is part of the City of Saint John General Fund Capital Program.

Representatives from the City of Saint John and the project design team from CBCL Limited. will be available to answer questions related to the project. The public is invited to attend an information session on this project on the following date and times:

Date: Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017

Time: 2:00 – 4:00 pm and 6:00 - 8:00 pm

Location: Royal Canadian Lancaster Legion Branch 69 
               714 Wilson Street


*Please note – this facility is fully accessible.*

For further information about this project, contact the City of Saint John Transportation and Environment Services at (506) 658-4455.