From left to right: Marc Legault, Director of Public Works, Marc Laflèche, Councillor, Marcel Legault, Councillor, François St-Amour, Mayor, Marie-Noëlle Lanthier, Councillor, Francis Brière, Councillor, Doug Renaud, Director of Water & Sewer

Limoges municipal garage opens, lots for sale soon for business, industry

On Friday, September 21, 2018, The Nation Municipality inaugurated a new municipal garage in Limoges. The construction began in June 2017. The objective of the project was to centralize the departments of public works, water and sewer, and environment to better serve the needs of the growing community.

On the same lot where the Limoges Municipal Garage was built, you can also find a commercial/industrial subdivision of 40 acres. It was after some discussions with the population, a few years ago, that The Nation Municipality felt the need to acquire commercial and industrial land for the resale. These lots will therefore be put up for sale at an affordable price sometime this fall. The goal is mainly to encourage economic development and to promote job creation in the region.

Community members were invited to Pommainville Road at 11:30 a.m. for the inauguration of the municipal garage and refreshments was served at 12:30 p.m.

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