Week-long road closure starts Monday

McConnell Ave. will be closed between Thomas St., Cory Dr. to service new subdivision

McConnell Avenue will be closed between Thomas Street and Cory Drive for one week starting Monday, June 10.

Sidewalks and bicycle lanes will still be clear to use.

The road closure was put in place for the excavation of McConnell Avenue to connect water, sewer, and storm utilities to a new residential subdivision.

READ MORE: City advocates for smaller residential lot sizes

The developer Wirtl Construction is proposing a subdivision at 5034 McConnell Ave.

The proposed subdivision would consist of 34 single family lots with a temporary culdesac on the north part of the property extending Cory Drive north of McConnell to Twedle Ave.

The developer Emil Wirtl says the subdivision is 70 per cent complete, with hopes to be finished by the end of July.



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