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Mackle Road residents to have some traffic adjustments next month

Here is a heads to some residents of Districts 2 and  8.

From Monday, April 13 to Monday, April 20, Mackle Rd. will be narrowed to one lane from Cavendish Blvd. to Marc Chagall Ave. It will become a one-way street during this period, with one-way traffic flowing from Cavendish Blvd. to Marc Chagall Ave.
 
Infrastructure work
Mackle Rd. will narrowed because the Agglomeration of Montreal will transform an existing valve chamber to monitor water pressure. The actual work will take place near the front of the Cours Cambridge Court, at the corner Armstrong Ave. 
 
Work hours
The work will be done by the Agglomeration of Montreal between 7 am and 5 pm from Monday to Friday. 
 
Driveway access and on-street parking
There will be no effect on driveway access. Residents will be able to continue to enter and exit their residence as usual. However, on-street parking will be restricted during the work.
 
Water
The Agglomeration of Montreal says that with a project like this, there should be no loss of water at any point. However, you may notice a slight reduction in water pressure at various points. 
 
For more information
This is an important infrastructure project that will benefit our residents. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our Charles de Jean at our Engineering Division at 514-485-6800 ext. 1503 orcdejean@cotesaintluc.org if you have any questions or concerns.

 

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