Tag Archives: Lorne Street Phase Two

Consultant outlines short-term flood control plan, but says Sackville will need to do more

A consultant with Crandall Engineering of Moncton suggests the construction of two large stormwater retention ponds east of Lorne Street will be crucial for long-term flood prevention in downtown Sackville. During a presentation to town council on Tuesday evening, Pierre … Continue reading

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Evans ‘gobsmacked’ by Lorne St. flood control costs

Sackville Town Councillor Bill Evans says he’s “gobsmacked” by the news that the second phase of the town’s Lorne Street flood control project could cost nearly $6 million, twice as much as the $2.9 million in federal, provincial and municipal … Continue reading

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Sackville cuts back on Lorne St. flood control project & considers changes to garbage collection

Sackville’s Engineer says the town is scaling back its plans for Phase II of the Lorne Street flood control project. Dwayne Acton explains the town will not be able to build one of two large, storm water retention ponds within … Continue reading

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Sackville questioned about environmental impact of $2.9 million flood-control project

The Town of Sackville and Crandall Engineering of Moncton must answer a series of environmental questions before construction can begin on a massive flood-control project in a 33 acre (13.4 hectare) area between Lorne Street and the Tantramar River. The … Continue reading

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