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More storm water piping is required on Charlottetown’s ditch infilling program on Belgrave Drive.
The tender was awarded in September to Birt & MacKay Backhoe Services in November.
As work proceeded, it was determined by the public works committee to explore the option of adding an additional 75 metres of storm pipe up the west side of Belgrave Drive (east) to a high point which will be the end point for that piped storm branch.
The contractor provided a price of $28,174.45.