Question of the Week | Feb. 21

If you could choose, which Terrace infrastructure project would you put the $8 million towards?


BACKGROUND: The City of Terrace will receive $8 million from the province’s new infrastructure grant program announced Feb. 16.

Mayor Carol Leclerc says city staff will discuss priorities, but a possibility could include putting the money toward the city’s proposed multi-million dollar reconstruction of Lanfear Drive to improve access to the bench.

Other items include funding for studies on geotechnical work, wastewater and water management systems and other tasks identified in the city’s Master Transportation Plan and Recreational Master Plan.

If you could choose just one, which Terrace infrastructure project would you put the $8 million towards?

If you select ‘Other’, let us know what project you had in mind in the comments below!

FULL STORY: City of Terrace reacts to $8 million provincial infrastructure grant

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