Road work season cut short by cold autumn

By Gordon Lambie
Road work season cut short by cold autumn

Caroline Gravel, Director of Urban Infrastructure for the City of Sherbrooke, gave her final report for the 2018 road construction season to the City Council on Monday night. Although the city was able to complete more than 114 projects through the year, Gravel said that the unusually cold and snowy autumn cut short a construction season that the city had hoped would last into December. 20 projects planned for 2018 have been put off completely to 2019, representing 11.1 per cent of the overall work planned for the year. See full story in the Wednesday, Dec. 5 edition of The Record.

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