Culvert Replacement on Old Montreal Road west of Beckett's Creek Road

The CIty of Ottawa is preparing to replace an existing culvert on Old Montreal Road, located 520 m west of Beckett’s Creek Road.  See attachment for exact location.  The culvert is in extremely poor condition and needs to be replaced before spring run-off (March 15, 2015) to avoid any potential for failure.  It is proposed to replace the existing culvert with one the same size at the same elevation and along the same alignment, with rip rap end treatments.  New steel beam guiderail will be installed as well.  Acqiring required permits is underway.

ROAD CLOSED - OLD MONTREAL ROAD from QUIGLEY HILL to CAMERON

The road will be closed from Monday, 17 November 2014 to Friday, 28 November 2014.

The contractor, The Karson Konstruction will be undertaking Capital Project ISD14-7021 – 2014 Small Culvert Replacement – RVCA Jurisdiction. Notification signs will be posted. There will be a signed detour. Local and emergency vehicle access will be maintained. The impact to traffic will be low.

Respectfully,

Heather Bond

Coordinator, Work Activity

By-Laws, Permits and Inspections Unit

Winter Bread Share

The Black Walnut Bakery will continue to bake throughout the winter every second weekend starting November 1st for pre-ordered bread and baked goods for pickup at the bakery at 979 Cameron St. betweeb 9 & 12 noon Saturday mornings. See details below on how to order. All products are homemade with organic flours.

Christmas in Cumberland - 2014 Heritage Home & Village Tour

The Cumberland Community Association and many other organizations are hard at work planning an incredible day in Cumberland Village for you to celebrate the spirit of the season with step back in time…a festive afternoon Heritage Home & Village Tour, steeped in historical nostalgia. Peek inside several heritage homes and notable buildings in the village, stroll along the main street and enjoy carolers, and ride from one place to another on a horse drawn cart. Buy home made preserves, have a cup of hot cider or listen to piano played by a community member in the house she played in 50 years ago...these are just a few of the unique activities and specialities that will be entice you into the past and make you smile!

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