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Info session for County Road 4 and Talbot Street reconstruction set for March 30

March 23, 2022

A Public Information Centre (PIC) for the County Road 4 and Talbot Street reconstruction project will take place on Wednesday, March 30.

The County will host the in-person PIC at the Rotary Hall inside the Wellington and District Community Centre (111 Belleville Street) from 5-7 pm.

At the PIC, the municipality will share the detailed designs of the project. Attendees will have the opportunity to provide their feedback.

The project will feature roadway improvements on County Road 4 from the Millennium Trail to County Road 34, including improvements at the intersection of Hull Road and County Road 34. In addition, roadway improvements will occur on Talbot Street from George Wright Boulevard to the Millennium Trail. Work is scheduled to begin in summer 2022.

The proposed work on County Road 4 will involve various culvert replacements and drainage improvements along with repaving of the existing roadway.

The proposed work on the section of Talbot Street will involve the installation of new underground infrastructure including watermains, sanitary sewers, and storm sewers. After the underground work is complete, the roadway will be reconstructed with concrete curb and gutters, concrete sidewalk, and a new asphalt roadway surface.

If you have questions regarding this project, contact Joe Angelo, Project Engineer, at 613.476.2148 extension 2001 or email jangelo@pecounty.on.ca.

Effective Monday, March 21 in line with provincial and local public health measures, masks are no longer mandatory to enter County of Prince Edward facilities. Though face masks are not mandatory, some people may choose to keep wearing their masks. The County encourages the public to be kind and respectful to others, regardless of whether they are wearing a mask or not.

The County encourages people visiting any County facility to conduct a self-health assessment for COVID-19 symptoms prior to entering. The County asks that anyone with symptoms not visit until symptoms have cleared.

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