Construction beginning around Sherbrooke this week

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Construction beginning around Sherbrooke this week
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Record Staff – The City of Sherbrooke plans to begin more than a dozen projects on its territory this week, including work on King Ouest and Bertrand-Fabi, bringing the number of projects underway to almost 50.
Tomorrow (Wednesday), work will be done on the median strip of King Street West between Comtois and Bertrand-Fabi streets. The work is intended to add a left turn lane to Bertrand-Fabi Street. They are expected to close a King Street West lane, at least until the end of the week. The loss of lane will vary as the work progresses. The speed limit will be lowered and the Sherbrooke Police Service will ensure an increased police presence in this area. Bertrand-Fabi Street will be completely closed between King Street West and Varennes Street to allow the reconstruction of underground infrastructure and pavement. This closure should begin Monday, May 27 and will last a few weeks. See full story in the Wednesday, May 22 edition of The Record.

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