Around Town: South Sewer Update at Open House
Revised plans, new reduced cost estimates and plans for a possible June referendum will all be on the agenda at the Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD)’s south sewer project open house, scheduled for Wednesday, March 23. The event will be held at the Union Bay Community Hall (5401 South Island Highway) from 4 to 7 pm and will include a presentation by the project team at 5 pm.
Residents are invited to drop in at any time to review information boards, share feedback or ask questions of the project staff and engineering consultants who will be on hand.
“There’s been a lot of progress on this important community infrastructure project and there’s good news to share in terms of revised cost and opportunities for input,” said Bruce Jolliffe, Chair of the CVRD’s board of directors and director for Baynes Sound-Denman Hornby Islands (Area ‘A’).
The project team will be updating the community on the revised project scope, current cost estimates, and PPP Canada funding. They are seeking input from the community about proposed locations for the wastewater treatment plant and pump stations. A newsletter with more details is available under the “How to Keep Informed” tab at www.comoxvalleyrd.ca/southregionlwmp.
Contact: Kris La Rose, P. Eng.Manager of Liquid Waste Planning
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