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Work is completed on 1.1km stretch of water main on The West Mall

Work replacing and repairing the water main on The West Mall between Bloor and Burnhamthorpe has finally wrapped up.

Begun June 17, the 1.1km stretch of construction, which also included some maintenance work on the sewer, will cost the city $1.5 million, once the road resurfacing, scheduled for the spring, is done.

According to a spokeswoman from acting manager of structures and expressways Mike Laidlaw's office, who by City Hall rules is not allowed to be identified, the work was the result of a regular maintenance schedule.

Writer: Bert Archer
Source: Mike Laidlaw

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