Living on wrong side of road can cost more for water

By Justin Lethbridge Writer Following the General Council Meeting, the Building and Infrastructure Committee will be researching options and costs to cover taking the new water main line up to community members property lines. A6N-Aecon has been extending from the water lines to I.L. Thomas School and O.M. Smith School allowing residents to hook up to the line. Costs to bring the line to their house could cost between $3,000 and $4,000. However for residents who live across the road from the line, it could cost an additional $4,000 on top of the initial costs to pay for the line that has to be carried underneath the road to their property line B & I Committee members told Council.. “I don’t want nobody to pay to go from that side…

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