Stellarton approves major paving projects for 2014

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STELLARTON – Monday night at the Town of Stellarton approved three capital paving projects and a traffic light replacement, which are estimated to cost $721,148.

The money for these four projects will be paid for through the town’s gas tax and municipal tax base.

At the intersection of Foord Street and Bridge Avenue they will be replacing the traffic lights, which are estimated to cost $120,000.

The sections that will be paved this year (estimated cost):

Bridge Avenue from Foord Street to second bridge ($190,999)

North Foord Street to Trans Canada Highway ($201,103)

North Foord Street from Trans Canada Highway to Bridge Avenue ($209,046)

Geographic location: Canada, Bridge Avenue

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  • PS
    June 11, 2014 - 07:44

    Stellarton's main road is in deplorable condition all the way from St. Joseph's Street to River Street! Had a vendor comment the other day on how bad a drive he had coming into town. He travels all over the Maritimes and said this was by far the worst road he has driven on.

  • Joltin Joe
    June 10, 2014 - 15:34

    Glad to see the town putting some much needed work on those roads. My visit during long weekend May was like driving on the far side of the moon with all the potholes. Pretty embarrasing. Foord Street in downtown Stellarton needs some major patchwork too.