Editor’s Note October 7, 2015: City of Courtenay Agrees to Land Exchange
In This Issue:
- City of Courtenay agrees to land exchange;
- Campbell River issues tender for Lift Station #11 upgrade; and
- Village of Sayward awards tender for dam safety review.
City of Courtenay Agrees to Land Exchange
Courtenay council has agreed to move forward with a land exchange, to help facilitate the extension of Riverside Lane from 19th and 20th Streets and to allow access to the two proposed developments. Work on the Courtenay Riverway is now underway. This agreement clears the way for a three lot subdivision application to proceed for a commercial building, a multi-residential project, and City acquisition of riverfront property for the Courtenay Riverway.
Campbell River Issues Tender for Lift Station #11 Upgrade
The City of Campbell River invites tenders for the Lift Station #11 Upgrade. Work under this Contract includes, but is not limited to, all supervision, construction, equipment, labour, material, permits and related items required for construction of Lift Station #11 pump and electrical upgrades.
Village of Sayward Awards Tender for Dam Safety Review
The Village of Sayward has awarded the tender to conduct a comprehensive Dam Safety Review (DSR) on Newcastle Dam to Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Ltd. Work began this month, and is expected to be complete by December 31 of this year.
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