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Traffic to be affected by sewer work

Work to upgrade sewer lines along Victoria Avenue will disrupt traffic flow through Dec. 6, White Rock city officials warn.

The work got underway Tuesday. Residents and visitors using Victoria Avenue, Finlay Street, Victoria Lane and Ash Street are advised to expect single-lane alternating traffic or full road closures along the routes.

The long-overdue work was approved last month, and is to include removing and/or abandoning existing sewers and installing new service connections.

Further work is scheduled to take place next spring, followed by road improvements expected complete by the end of next year.

For more information, contact Ken Hanna at 604-541-2185.

 

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