Five municipalities across the Argenteuil riding are receiving local roads improvement funding from the Québec government. Arundel and Morin Heights are not part of the MRC d’Argenteuil, but are part of the riding, which is represented in the legislature by Agnès Grondin.
The funding totals $4,448,779. Grenville-sur-la-Rouge is receiving $1,594,003 and $1,072,550 will be used for further improvements to chemin Kilmar. Of the remaining amount for Grenville-sur-la-Rouge, $346,127 is for improvements to chemin Harrington, and $175,326 will be used for construction on chemin de la Rivière-Rouge.
The Township of Harrington is receiving $187,935 for a $155,832 construction project on its section of chemin de la Rivière-Rouge, and for $32,103 in improvements to chemin de la Rivière-Maskinongé.
In St-André-d’Argenteuil, the municipality is also receiving $422,327 for construction on chemin de l’ile-aux-Chats.
Out of the remaining provincial local roads funding announced for the Argenteuil riding, $1,630,964 is going to Morin Heights and Arundel is receiving $613,550.