Advance polls open today throughout Waterloo Region. In Waterloo, there are two [2] - at the Student Life Centre at the University of Waterloo and at The Concourse at Wilfrid Laurier University. Did you know that Waterloo residents get two [2] votes for Regional Council. DON'T MISS YOUR CHANCE TO CAST YOUR BALLOTS - VOTE IN THE ADVANCE POLLS.

Not on the voter's list? No problem! Follow the instructions on the Elections page of the City of Waterloo website.

Another advance poll will be held tomorrow [October 9th] in Uptown Waterloo at the Shops at Waterloo Town Square.

If my team can assist you in any way, please let me know by emailing me at sean@seanstrickland.com. As well, you can phone me at 519.725.4640 or fax me at 519.885.7663.

Remember to "follow" me on Twitter and "like" me on Facebook, AND CHECK OUT THE NEW VIDEOS ON MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL.

Regards,

Sean Strickland

Get Involved and Advance Polls

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I WANT YOU TO BE PART OF THE SEAN STRICKLAND TEAM!

As you know, I value your opinion, your advice and your support. There are several ways in which you can get involved in my campaign - from making a donation to letting me put an election sign on your property.

Please consider making a donation. Any donation of $10.00 [up to a maximum of $750.00] would be greatly appreciated since it is extremely important that my message and promises are shared with as many voters as possible in the City of Waterloo. If you would like to make a donation, please click here.

You may also wish to volunteer a little bit of your time. My team could certainly use your help in the remaining days before the October 27th Municipal Election. If you would like to volunteer, please click here.

Another option is to put one of my election signs on your property. If you would consider this, please click here.

 

 

Remember, you can "follow" me on Twitter and "like" me on Facebook, and of course, you can also contact me at sean@seanstrickland.com with your thoughts and/or concerns. As well, you can phone me at 519.725.4640 or by fax at 519.885.7663.

The countdown is on to the October 27th Municipal Election - 23 days.

Let's work together to make our community a better place to work, live and raise our families.

Regards,

Sean Strickland

Economic Development in Waterloo Region

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JOBS! JOBS! JOBS!

We need more jobs in the Region of Waterloo! They are [and will be] the economic driver of future growth and development. I support the creation of a Regional Economic Development Corporation to attract and retain jobs in our community.

What do you think?>

Please take 30 seconds to answer one question (CLICK HERE) and let me know if the issue of jobs is as important to you as it is to me.

 

 

Remember, you can "follow" me on Twitter and "like" me on Facebook, and of course, you can also contact me at sean@seanstrickland.com with your thoughts and/or concerns. As well, you can phone me at 519.725.4640 or by fax at 519.885.7663.

Let's work together and share ideas so that we can ensure the City of Waterloo and Waterloo Region are better places to work, live and raise our families.

Regards,

Sean Strickland

Affordable Housing Promise

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I WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU...because your opinions and advice matter!

I want to hear your thoughts and/or concerns on the issues of affordable housing, emergency medical services [EMS] and social services. The wait list for affordable housing remains above 3,000 households and with Out of the Cold Programs closing, more pressure will be placed on the system to house people this winter and beyond.

Together with EMS response times and social service supports for the poor, these are issues that I strongly believe are important election issues that are key to the growth and development of the City of Waterloo AND Waterloo Region.

The October 27th Municipal Election is just four weeks away!

This question is the next in a series of questions I will be asking in the weeks leading up to the election on a number of important election issues. As you know, I value your opinions and advice.

Please share your thoughts and concerns with me on the issue of affordable housing. CLICK HERE and you will be taken to a poll on my campaign website where you can make your feelings known to me. The poll will take less then 1 minute to complete!

 

 

Remember, you can "follow" me on Twitter and "like" me on Facebook, and of course, you can also contact me at sean@seanstrickland.com with your thoughts and/or concerns. As well, you can phone me at 519.725.4640 or by fax at 519.885.7663.

The only way to make the City of Waterloo and the Region an even better place to work, live, raise our families and play is by working together and sharing ideas.

Regards,

Sean Strickland

Transportation Promise

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I WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU! ... because I greatly value your opinion and advice.

I want to hear your thoughts and/or concerns on the issue of transportation, roads and transit in the City of Waterloo and Waterloo Region. It is an issue I strongly believe is an important election issue and vital to the growth and development of the City of Waterloo AND Waterloo Region.

Five weeks remain until we go to the polls in the October 27th Municipal Election.

This question is the first in a series of questions I will be asking in the coming weeks on several different election issues. As you know, your comments matter and I value your opinions and advice.

Please share your thoughts and concerns with me on the issue of Transportation. CLICK HERE and you will be taken to a survey on my campaign website where you can make your feelings known to me. The survey will take less then 1 minute to complete!

 

 

In the weeks to come in this e-Newsletter, I will be sharing my thoughts with you on four issues that I believe are extremely important in this campaign. I will tell you why I feel so strongly about these issues, how I've worked hard to keep them a priority for Regional Council and how I promise to ensure they continue to play a significant role in the future development of Waterloo Region.

As always, feel free to contact me with your thoughts and/or concerns because I value your opinion and advice. Working together and sharing ideas, that is how we can make Waterloo Region an even better place to work, live and raise our families.

Regards,

Sean Strickland

Strickland Report - New Campaign Website

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As the weather begins to get a little cooler, it's natural I suppose, to start looking at the calendar a little more closely. Afterall, the official start to Fall is a little over a week away, K-W Oktoberfest is four weeks away...and while Christmas is a little more than 15 weeks away, the holidays - according to the greeting card industry - starts the day after Halloween, which by the way is seven weeks away. In the Strickland household, the date on our calendar is October 27th - the Municipal Election.

My campaign is now getting into high gear, and with that in mind, I'm excited to share with you my new campaign website. You can find it at www.seanstrickland.com.

There you'll learn about why I'm running for Regional Council representing the City of Waterloo, and what I have accomplished during my previous time as a Councillor and an engaged member of my community. There is a lot of information on key issues which I feel are important in this campaign and vital to the growth and development of the Region. Because I value your opinions, there is a survey where you can tell me how you feel about these issues and other issues that are important to you.

My social media feeds are front and centre where you can "follow" me on Twitter and "like" me on Facebook. And there is also an opportunity to join my campaign team by volunteering, agreeing to put a campaign sign on your property or make a financial donation to the campaign.

I am very excited about my website and I urge you take a look and let me know what you think. You can email me at sean@seanstrickland.com.

 

PROMISES MADE. PROMISES KEPT.

Prior to 2006, tax increases were an average 3.3%. That was too high. As part of my election campaigns in 2006 and 2010, I promised to work to lower tax increases. From 2006 to 2010, tax increases were reduced to 2.85% and reduced further to 2.15% from 2010 to 2014.

In 2010, I promised to improve traffic flow in the City of Waterloo. During this past term on council I have supported and initiated several changes to improve traffic flow in our City, including adjusting traffic light intervals along Fischer-Hallman to improve north/south travel times, road widening on Ira Needles and the reconstruction of University Avenue. A route has been selected for a new Highway 7 and is awaiting provincial approval, the Fairway Road extension has been completed and Transit services in Waterloo have also been expanded with new iXpress routes and the ION, which will help reduce growing traffic congestion as more people take transit.

As well, I have also promised to work towards the creation of a coordinated approach between the Region and all area municipalities to develop a top-notch strategy to deliver more JOBS to our Region and improve the quality of life for all of us. I am very pleased to report that after much hard work, the "Regional Economic Development Corporation" is being formed with the support of all area municipalities.

These are four issues I believe are vital to the continued growth and prosperity of Waterloo Region. As you know, I truly value your opinion and advice and I invite you to fill out my Municipal Election Issues Survey in a subsequent email next week. Please watch for this important survey. In the meantime, please visit and "Like" my Campaign Facebook page. Feel free to also email me at sean@seanstrickland.com, call me at 519.725.4640 or fax me at 519.885.7663.

I look forward to hearing from you.

SEAN IS PROUD OF THE WORK HE HAS DONE ON ROAD IMPROVEMENTS IN WATERLOO INCLUDING MAJOR SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS AT KING AND UNIVERSITY, RESURFACING AND THE ADDITION OF CYCLING LANES ALONG UNIVERSITY AVENUE.

Strickland Report - Back to School

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It's hard to believe that the summer of 2014 is almost behind us. Our children are back in school and our lives are already much busier. This Fall is a special time at the Strickland household as our daughter is leaving the nest and heading off to University. When I was younger, everyone told us the time would go faster once you had children...but I never believed it would go this fast!

This Fall also includes a Municipal Election to be held on October 27th, and I am seeking your support to return as your Regional Councillor for the City of Waterloo. It has been an honour and a privilege to serve you and my city for the past number of years, and with your support, I would be pleased to serve for another term.

I do not take your support and this office lightly. I am seeking your support because there is more work we need to do.

  • We need to keep tax increases in check.
  • We need to continue to invest in transportation infrastructure.
  • We need to bring more jobs to our community, and
  • We need to balance government spending with targeted investments in affordable housing, emergency medical services and child care.

In short, we need a balanced and thoughtful approach to taxes and spending. It's a balance I have strived to deliver, and would like to continue to deliver on behalf of our community for the next 4 years.

Together with your support, we can do this!

During my time on Waterloo Regional Council, I have worked hard to earn your trust by advocating on your behalf and fighting for issues that make Waterloo Region a better place to live, work and raise a family.

You have to love the warm temperatures we're having these days [about time!]. Organizers of all the outdoor events I'm sure are thrilled. Because I love my community, it's diversity and initiative, I want to continue to share with you some of the events that are happening throughout Waterloo Region in the coming weeks. Enjoy while the weather is still nice. For a more comprehensive list of what's going on in Waterloo Region, please check out grandsocial.ca.

New Hamburg Fall Fair [September 11-14]

Centre-In-The-Square Opening Party [September 12, 13]

The Wilmot Agricultural Society is proud to present the 160th New Hamburg Fall Fair featuring a draft horse show, a stuffed pet show, a scavenger hunt and a demolotion derby on the Saturday and Sunday.

Community Ball Hockey Tournament [September 13]

Come out with friends and family for a great day of fun in support of Extend-A-Family Waterloo Region and Autism Services Waterloo Region. The event will be a fun, non-competitive tournament for all ages and skill levels. Registration is $5 per individual and $25 per team.

Open Streets [September 14]

This is the Fall finale. King Street will once again be transformed into a thriving centre of fun and connection between Bridgeport St. and William St., featuring impromptu parks, art alleys, sports demonstrations, community information booths and your favourite Uptown West businesses and eateries.

Taste Local, Taste Fresh [September 14]

Foodlink's 11th annual culinary showcase and gala fundraiser, to be held at the Steckle Heritage Farm.

KOI Music Festival [September 19-21]

More than 90 bands will take to 6 different stages throughout downtown Kitchener starting with a FREE outdoor concert on Friday, September 19th. Also, for the first time, KOI Music Fest is hosting KOI Street Eats featuring more than 10 food trucks, as well as a huge charity drive that will give back to your favourite charity.

Doors Open Waterloo [September 20]

Doors Open Waterloo is a free heritage and architecture tour of special, occasionally "secret" places in the Region of Waterloo.

Royal Medieval Faire [September 20]

Welcome Lords and Ladies to the 17th annual Royal Medieval Faire - one of the premier medieval festivals in Ontario. This event takes place in Waterloo Park West and features a great celebration of food, music, magic and swordplay.

7th Annual Preston Music Festival [September 20]

This annual Festival has grown into a truly memorable community event attracting many neighbourhood guests as well as out of town supporters. Rock on down to Central Park and enjoy a cold beverage, warm snack and some amazing live music.

Wellesley Apple Butter & Cheese Festival [September 27]

Enjoy a pancake breakfast beginning at 7 am - rain or shine. There's something here for the entire family from cider mill and farm tours to a quilt auction, antique cars and tractors and a model boat regatta. For the children there are pony and stagecoach rides, a mini tractor pull and amusement area... and more.

In addition of course, there are Programs for kids at the Waterloo Public Library, Kitchener Public Library, the YMCA, Centre-In-The-Square, Cambridge Public Library, The Museum and the KW Art Gallery.

 

ION GROUND-BREAKING

This week, I along with my colleagues from Regional Council, Ontario Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca, Kitchener-Waterloo MP Peter Braid as well as area MPP's and representatives of Grandlinq - the consortium hired to build the ION LRT, took part in the official ground-breaking ceremonies on Dutton Drive in Waterloo. This is the location for the ION's Operations, Maintenance and Storage facility where all of the Region's 14 LRT vehicles will be kept and cleaned.

As was mentioned in the media, this was an historic moment in the history of Waterloo Region. I and my Council colleagues are focused on building ION on time and on budget and are ever mindful of the disruption it may cause for pedestrians, cyclists, motorists and Uptown and downtown businesses.

In the coming weeks and months, ION staff will continue to meet with stakeholders, including residents, business owners and community groups, to keep them informed of construction and how road restrictions and/or road closures could impact them. Once construction details are finalized, each resident and business owner within 100 metres of ION construction will receive a written notification before work begins.

If you wish to keep up to date with the construction of the ION LRT, please visit their new website at www.rideION.ca.

OUT OF THE COLD PROGRAM

This has been an issue that has received quite a bit of attention in the wake of the withdrawal of services by several organizations. Waterloo Regional Council has been working on this issue for some time, and with some success. Our priority is housing first. We are doing well moving people from shelters to transitional housing to supportive housing and then - where appropriate - to permanent independent housing. The answer is not more dollars and more shelters, but rather key investment in transitional and supportive housing so we can move people off the streets with the right supports. Many clients who frequent out of the cold prefer that service because there are less rules compared to the regular shelter system such as less restrictive policies for drugs and alcohol. This is one of the reasons Out of the Cold is having such difficulty and are closing.

Do we need more emergency shelter space? Possibly. Do we need more transitional and supportive housing? Definitely.

In a related matter, Waterloo Regional Council has approved the Region's 10-year Housing and Homelessness Plan. This plan incorporates the Region's Housing Action Plan and the Homelessness to Housing Stability Strategy. The Housing Action Plan assesses current and future housing needs for households with low to moderate incomes in Waterloo Region. The Homelessness to Housing Stability Strategy identifies ending homelessness as a goal and outlines a number of actions to respond to the identified needs over the next 10 years.

Strickland Report - Fall Colours in Waterloo

Despite the cooler than normal temperatures in August, summer continues full speed in Waterloo Region. However, next week is the Labour Day Weekend...so Fall colours are coming.

Still, there are a lot of events and activities that are taking place in the weeks ahead and listed below is just a sampling. For a more comprehensive list of what's going on in Waterloo Region, please check out grandsocial.ca.

Sun Life Financial Waterloo Busker Carnival [August 21-24]

This is the 26th year for this wonderful and entertaining event held in Uptown Waterloo along King Street between William and Erb Streets. It's a great event for the entire family. A total of nine [9] buskers will be making their Waterloo debut this year together with some familiar names and acts. Check it out... I know you'll have a great time.

Doon Cruise-In-Auto Extravaganza [August 24]

The Waterloo Region Museum is pleased to host this 4th annual event in support Epilepsy Waterloo Wellington. All makes and models will be on display - custom and stock from 1985 and older. There will also be entertainment.

Cambridge Fall Fair [September 4-7]

This year, the Cambridge Fall Fair will celebrate 175 years with rides, food, crafts and vendors. In addition, there will be a demolition derby on the Friday and Saturday nights as well as a monster truck show on Saturday, followed by Helix and Teenage Head on the Main Stage.

New Hamburg Fall Fair [ September 11-14]

The Wilmot Agricultural Society is proud to present the 160th New Hamburg Fall Fair featuring a draft horse show, a stuffed pet show, a scavenger hunt and a demolotion derby on the Saturday and Sunday.

Centre-In-The-Square Opening Party [September 12,13]

The Centre-In-The-Square will launch its 2014/2015 season with a free family event. Like last year, this year's performance will be held outdoors and feature Australia's Strange Fruit - a touring company that performs atop 14' flexible poles, bending and swaying while combining elements of theatre, dance and circus.

Open Streets [September 14]

This is the Fall finale. King Street will once again be transformed into a thriving centre of fun and connection between Bridgeport St. and William St., featuring impromptu parks, art alleys, sports demonstrations, community information booths and your favourite Uptown West businesses and eateries.

Taste Local, Taste Fresh [September 14]

Foodlink's 11th annual culinary showcase and gala fundraiser, to be held at the Steckle Heritage Farm.

Doors Open Waterloo [September 20]

Doors Open Waterloo is a free heritage and architecture tour of special, occasionally "secret" places in the Region of Waterloo.

Royal Medieval Faire [September 20]

Welcome Lords and Ladies to the 17th annual Royal Medieval Faire - one of the premier medieval festivals in Ontario. This event takes place in Waterloo Park West and features a great celebration of food, music, magic and swordplay.

In addition of course, there are Programs for kids at the Waterloo Public Library, Kitchener Public Library, the YMCA, Centre-In-The-Square, Cambridge Public Library, The Museum and the KW Art Gallery.

 

Public Art

On a slightly different note, some of you may have noticed the sign below recently posted at the new Courthouse in Kitchener.

The sign is designed to encourage the public to access the Region of Waterloo's website to learn more about the proposed art project, which the Region hopes will increase community interest in, and input on, the project. Please visit www.regionofwaterloo.ca/publicart for more information and also the opportunity to comment on the shortlisted proposals.

Strickland Report - Summer Rocks in Waterloo Region

Summer remains in full swing! On behalf of my family, I hope you are enjoying the terrific weather and taking the opportunity to take in some of the many events taking place in our community. This email is a follow up to last month's communication in which I was pleased to share with you information on a variety of fun, entertaining and educational programs in our community.

Recently, I was able to connect with Bardish Chagger of the KW Multicultural Association and Rob Deyman with Kitchener Blues Festival.

Speaking of which, the Kitchener Blues Festival is underway this weekend in downtown Kitchener. It features another full line-up of great acts in addition to street vendors and some great food. Check out the line-up at the Kitchener Blues Festival website. The weather promises to be awesome and I hope to see you there.

Below is a partial list of some of the other great events and activities coming up in Waterloo Region during the remainder of August and early September. For a more comprehensive listing, please check out grandsocial.ca.

Dracula: The Musical [August 8,9 and 14-16]

Performed at the Registry Theatre in Kitchener, JM Drama Alumni are proud to present a thrilling drama and a Gothic romance of dreamlike temptation. Performances begin at 8pm.

Baden Corn Festival [August 9]

The Baden Corn Festival is an annual summer event highlighting local food producers and restaurants, as well as celebrating Wilmot Township's agricultural heritage.

Cambridge Rotary Family Ribfest [August 8-10]

This year's Festival will be held at Riverside Park, welcoming visitors from all around the world to sample some of the best ribs from some of North America's top ribbers. It's expected more than 25,000 people will take in the family friendly 3-day food extravaganza that will also feature some great music and activities.

Scout House Band Annual Invitation Tatto 2014 [August 9]

the 5th Annual Scout House Invitational Tattoo field show at University Stadium on the grounds of Sir Wilfrid Laurier University will hail the heroes of past conflicts, making 2014 a Year of Remembrance of those who fought in significant battles including the War of 1812, World Wars I and II, the Korean conflict and the war in Afghanistan.

Model Railway Opens [August 9]

North America's Best Model Railway has moved from Aberfoyle to St. Jacobs and opens to the public this weekend, featuring more than 3,000 square feet and modelled in 1/48 scale, depicting Southern Ontario in the late 1950's.

Summer Music Series [August 10]

Every Sunday in August, the Waterloo Region Museum will feature a local artist or group that will entertain visitors with music and song. August 10th will feature David Neigh.

Concerts at the Castle [August 14]

Bring your lawn chair every Thursday evening in August to Castle Kilbride in Baden and enjoy Concerts at the Castle. Admission is by donation and begins at 7pm. August 14th will feature the Barefoot Boogie Band. See the Cazu Latin Band on August 21.

Rock the Mill [ August 16]

Rock the Mill is an annual "for the youth by the youth" music festival providing local bands and artists an opportunity to showcase their music and visual art to the community. The event is free and takes place in Riverside Park.

Movie Night Under the Stars [August 16]

Bring a lawnchair and enjoy The Lego Movie in the parking lot at 127 Victoria Street South [Independent Living Centre of Waterloo Region]. Tickets are $5.00 with proceeds going to the Independent Living Centre.

Festival of Fools Gala Fundraiser [August 20]

It's the ultimate busker experience. The Festival of Fools is a gala fundraiser is an exclusive evening of fun, food and frolic. Doors for the Forbes Room at RIM Park open at 7:30 pm.

Sun Life Financial Waterloo Busker Carnival [August 21-24]

The Sun Life Financial Waterloo Busker Carnival is a not-for-profit, volunteer-operated busker festival where families from throughout Waterloo Region are treated street performances by buskers from Canada and throughout the World.

Freedom Ride to End MS [August 24]

This 5th Annual event begins with a pancake breakfast and coffee at Bingemans. Registration starts at 8am. with kick stands up at 9:15am. The Ride takes participants through scenic Grand River country for several hours before returning to Bingemans for lunch, entertainment and draw prizes.

Doors Open Waterloo [September 20]

Doors Open Waterloo is a free heritage and architecture tour of special, occasionally "secret" places in the Region of Waterloo.

In addition of course, there are Programs for kids at the Waterloo Public Library, Kitchener Public Library, the YMCA, Centre-In-The-Square, Cambridge Public Library, The Museum and the KW Art Gallery.

 

Out & About

Late last month, I enjoyed taking part in the 2014 K-W Multicultural Festival in Kitchener's Victoria Park. In addition to joining many of my colleagues on stage for the Opening Ceremonies, I caught up with the Greek Cypriot Community and their ever-popular BBQ.

During the Summer, there are lots of things to do in Waterloo Region and if you see me please say Hello. Look for an upcoming "Strickland Report" when I will highlight some of the great events our community has to offer.

Strickland Report - July 2014

As part of my continuing effort to keep you informed on Regional and City issues, I am pleased to provide another "Strickland Report" for July 2014.

In 2014, the Region of Waterloo will spend $104 million of your tax dollars on road reconstruction. The City of Kitchener will chip in with $7.3 million dollars and together with tax dollars from Waterloo and Cambridge, as well as the MTO work on Highways 8, 85 and the 401, it will be a busy construction season on the roads through Waterloo Region. Please check below for a partial listing of road work and lane closures for the next few months. For a full list, please visit the Region of Waterloo website and click on the Getting Around tab at the top. In the drop down menu, click on roads, construction and current construction projects. Or you can click here.

These investments in road infrastructure, while painful and bothersome, will make it easier to get around our community in the long run. Thanks for your patience.

Please remember to slow down in construction zones to help protect workers. Drive safe, buckle up and happy motoring!

Sean Strickland

Traffic Notes

IRA NEEDLES BOULEVARD

This popular thoroughfare and commercial district has seen extensive growth over the past few years and I, like many of you, am happy that the widening of Ira Needles Boulevard to 4 lanes has begun. The first section in the south end between Highview and Highland will be finished shortly. The next section between Highland and Victoria is expected to begin July 18th. By November, the road widening should be completed all the way to University Avenue. The balance of the widening will take place in 2015.

WATERLOO

Bridgeport Road - lane closures at Highway 85 for bridge repairs through October
University Avenue - lane closures at Highway 85 for bridge repairs through August 29
University Avenue - lane closures between Lincoln and Bridge 9am. to 3pm. daily for utility work through August 29
University Avenue - lane closures between Hemlock and Hazel for storm sewer reconstruction until November

KITCHENER

Intersection of Victoria and Weber - closed for six weeks; Weber will stay closed through early September; the widening project is set to be finished in December
Highway 7/8 - lane closures between Courtland and western city limits for widening to six lanes until winter
Aberdeen Road - closed for reconstruction between Caremont and Gasgow through August 15
Benton Street - closed for reconstruction between Courtland and dead end through July 30
Breithaupt Street - closed between Ahrens and Weber for bridge reconstruction through December 2015
Bridgeport Road - lanes closed at Highway 85 for bridge repairs through October 31
Bridge Street - westbound lane closed at city limits to Stanley for road rebuilding until October
Charles Street - lane closures between Benton and Water for utility work daily from 9am. to 3pm. through September 10
Fairway Road - lanes closed between Old Zeller and Riverbank daily 7:30am. and 2:30pm. for utility pole rebuilding through August 1
Glasgow Street - closed between Westmount and Knell for reconstruction through November 30
Glasgow Street - closed for reconstruction between Park and Walter through July
Lancaster Street - lane closures on bridge over Highway 85 daily from 9am. to 3pm. through August 29
Queen's Boulevard - lane closures between Rex Drive and Belmont for road reconstruction through November
Stirling Avenue - closed for reconstruction between Simeon and Weber through August 5
Victoria Street - lane closures between Ellen and Lancaster until further notice
King Street - lane closures between Victoria and George daily from 7am. to 7pm. for excavation through November 14

CAMBRIDGE

Can-Amera Parkway - lane closures between Franklin and Baintree for turn-lane installation daily from 7am. to 5:30pm. through July
Concession Street - closed 7am. Saturday July 12 to 3pm. Monday July 14 for watermain work
Franklin Boulevard - lane closures between Moorefield and Clyde daily between 9am. and 3pm. for utility relocation work through August 31