The twin culvert on Indian Creek Road in the Limoges area has been completed and the road is once again open to traffic.
During the week of November 7, The Nation’s Public Works Department completed the project to replace the twin culvert on the shared border road with the City of Ottawa. The $2 million culvert replacement project was cost-shared 50 per cent with the City of Ottawa. To highlight the work of the The Nation’s Public Works crew and the official opening of the road, a ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on site.
In attendance at this ceremony were the elected mayor of The Nation Francis Brière, former mayor François St-Amour, councillor Alain Mainville, City of Ottawa councillor Catherine Kitts, Public Works Department employees and a few employees from other departments of the municipality.
The $2 million culvert replacement project was cost-shared 50 per cent with the City of Ottawa. Submitted Photo