Council approves road improvements of $2.5 million

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Fort St. John City Council approved a tender for 2020 capital roadworks.

The contract includes work on three projects this summer that was awarded to the low bidder S. Young Enterprises for $2.5 million. The City had budgeted $3.275 for the three projects.

The contract includes improvements to 96 street from 117 avenue to Northern Lights drive. This work will consist of the installation of storm sewers, streetlights, a walking path and pedestrian controlled crosswalk cross Northern Lights Drive.

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The contract also includes the installation of sidewalks and streetlights along 116th Avenue from 86th Street to 89A Street.

The third project is the installation of a storm sewer on 101st street from 105th avenue to 108th avenue to service the RCMP building site.

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