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Repairs to Paul Street continue Thursday

AUG 4 – Repairs to the road following emergency watermain work on Paul Street, Picton are to begin early Thursdaymorning, with an expected completion time of 6pm.
Paul Street will be partially closed to traffic between Main Street and Market Lane for the duration of the repair. Motorists are asked to avoid the construction area if possible.

AUG 3 – Emergency watermain repairs are under way on Paul Street in Picton Wednesday, with an expected completion time of 6pm.
Paul Street will be partially closed to traffic between Main Street and Market Lane for the duration of the repair. Motorists are asked to avoid the construction area if possible.

Owen street down to one lane

AUG 2 – Emergency watermain repairs are under way on Owen Street in Picton. Repairs began Tuesday, Aug. 2 at 8:30am, with an expected completion time of 4pm.
Owen Street will be reduced to one lane of traffic between Church and Maitland streets (in the vicinity of St. Gregory’s Church) for the duration of the repair. Motorists are asked to avoid the construction area if possible.

These repairs are not expected to impact water quality; however residents living in the area may experience intermittent pressure fluctuations and coloured water.
If coloured water is experienced, customers are encouraged to flush their water lines at the cold water tap nearest to the water meter once maintenance is complete.

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  1. Fred says:

    I won’t call Picton Councilors as I lost all faith in them when they flip flopped and did not support change to Council size. I do not discuss issues with one’s I do not trust.

  2. ADJ says:

    Both good questions for your councillor and or mayor. Get back to us when you find out.

  3. Fred says:

    I surely hope they have applied for infrastructure dollars. The end of Paul Street at Main has been dug up countless times the last few years. And on another note why didn’t they leave the traffic lights operational at this major intersection? How does someone get to their municipal building Shire Hall from the other side of the street? How does this meet accessibility requirements?

  4. Dennis Fox says:

    There seems to have been quite a number of watermain breaks over this past spring and summer – can you imagine what this winter might be like? A sure sign of aging infrastructure – an issue that can no longer be ignored by all levels of government. Does anyone know if there is or has been a replacement plan for downtown infrastructure that has been implemented and followed? If not, the costs involved will cripple the municipality. If municipal water users think their rates are high now – hold on! Let’d hope council has lobbied Ottawa for infrastructure dollars.

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