CFN – Ontario is investing in improved sewer infrastructure in South Dundas to provide safe, reliable water and wastewater services for families.
As part of South Dundas’ sewer rehabilitation the new project will include:
Flow monitoring, and
Foundation drain and sump pump connection surveys to help minimize leaks.
This project supports Building Together, Ontario’s long-term infrastructure plan to repair, rebuild and renew the province’s roads and highways, bridges, public transit, schools and postsecondary institutions, hospitals and courthouses.
Through Building Together, Ontario will continue to make significant investments in public infrastructure over the next decade.
“This project supports, Building Together, Ontario’s long-term infrastructure plan, which provides us with the right kind of infrastructure for the next decade. We know that
infrastructure is an asset worth investing in and maintaining for the good of everyone.” – Bob Chiarelli, Minister of Infrastructure
“Infrastructure projects like the rehabilitation of sewer infrastructure are not only essential to improving the quality of life for residents of South Dundas but also help our local economy and
create jobs.” – Jim Brownell, MPP for Stormont-Dundas-South Glengarry
“Rehabilitating and replacing sewer infrastructure to ensure leakage improvement is a critical and essential undertaking; it goes hand-in-hand in ensuring a healthy community and improving the quality of life for our residents.” – Steven Byvelds, Mayor of the Township of South Dundas
ß Building Together builds on the McGuinty Government’s unprecedented infrastructure investments to date with investments of more than $35 billion over the next three years, to create and protect over 300,000 jobs as laid out in the 2011 Budget.
ß Since 2003, the McGuinty government has created and supported 600,000 jobs and has invested $62 billion in infrastructure.