Montreal addresses water issues.
Written by Jesse Baroka on September 11, 2019
MONTREAL – The Montreal City Council discussed the progress of resolving water system issues within the city at its meeting Tuesday. The rehabilitation of pumps and reopening of well No. 5 are on the docket next for repair. According to Mayor Erik Guenard, tells the Daily Globe that the total well rehabilitation project will cost the city approximately $123,000. “That’s a conservative estimate,” In other business, Mark Haeger city foreman updated the board on several projects that have been completed including Hamilton Street resurfacing. “There was a lot of prep work,” he told the Daily Globe. A culvert had to be changed out and valves had to be raised, he said. A Federal Emergency Management Agency grant paid for the resurfacing of Quebec Street.