The Regional Municipality of Manitou has commenced a multi-prim project to bring improved emergency services to the residents and services of Midland and Manitou regions. The expanded road network will connect the street in South Promenade (Meaford) with the Harbour District in Midland.
"There are a few logistical issues we must contend with" said Bill D'Rite Foreman Manitou Public Utilities (which includes Roads and Sidewalks). "There is a one way street in Meaford, running west to east. Vehicles will be allowed to travel in both directions on the new road, the lane widths are reduced in Manitou due to the terrain and existing homes" he said.
"We are trying to provide these new services with minimal disruption to the lives of our residents by expanding the existing sidewalks and paving over them with the new roads" Winter Silversmith CAO Manitou Tourism told the Corran Journal "the biggest challenge will be down in Manitou where sidewalks were constructed according to the existing terrain and not the shortest most direct route." The expansion includes the construction of a new fire station in Midland near the former site of the two stores that burned down earlier this week. "We are doing what we can to prevent disasters in our community" Winter concluded.
The new road network expansion is expected to be completed by the end of this week at a cost of one thousand prims.
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