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Drivers in one area of downtown Charlottetown should expect delays on Wednesday to allow for the installation of a light.
The city's public works department will be installing the light at the intersection of Queen and Kent streets Jan. 30.
The work will begin at 5 a.m. and is expected to take place until mid-afternoon.
The department apologized for any inconvenience to the public.