Council approves $1,589,000 in spending plans for public works projects

Not quite flush with cash yet, but requiring some important public works projects to get underway, the city of Prince Rupert has approved a number of projects that had been delayed over the last few years due to budgetary concerns.

Last Monday’s council meeting saw council green light the projects so as to not lose out on valuable co-funding or in some instances before infrastructure deteriorates more than it has already.

From the Alaska Marine Highway dock, through important and necessary upgrades to Hays Creek Bridge, a design for a Hays Creek sewer and the purchase of replacement vehicles for aging transportation in the city, there will be no shortage of locations for the city to spend its money…

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Now if only we could get the potholes on our street fixed.

We could always sweep up all the loose gravel that seems to be accumulating on the streets, fill in our own potholes… :smiley:

I’m too lazy to fill my potholes :cry: