Prince Rupert City Council will receive an update this evening that will chart some of the status for a range of Major Projects currently under development, the overview to be provided from Operations Director Richard Pucci.
Of the 11 projects to be updated, three have been deemed as complete by the Operations Director, those include the Eat Street initiative, New Landfill cell and the city's Recycling program.
One high profile project, the Woodworth Water Dam edges closer to the finish line, now listed as at 98 percent complete, the Operations Director observing that he expects to declare it finished by the time he next appears at Council later this summer.
|Some of the preliminary work for the Third Avenue Extension|
The remainder of the projects on the list are still in their early stages of preparation or work, one of which the Third Avenue road extension, which is now on hold awaiting confirmation of lot development.
|Demolition work is set to get underway on the old|
Jehovah Witness Kingdom Hall to make way for the
new RCMP detachment
Also on the horizon demolition work for the old Kingdom Hall building at Third Avenue East and McBride which will be the location for the new RCMP detachment for the city.
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