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Main Street in focus at Niverville open house

By: Dave Baxter

Posted: 02/8/2018 8:15 AM

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An open house in Niverville tonight will be a chance for residents to get more information and ask questions about the town’s future plans for Main Street.

Niverville will host the PR 311 Functional Design, Traffic Assessment and Future Planning Open House at the Niverville Arena.

Niverville councillor Nathan Dueck said that as the town looks to redevelop its Main Street, they hope the open house will give residents a better idea of what some of their future plans are, and give residents a chance to provide their own feedback and suggestions.

"We need to make sure our residents have an understanding of what is going on in the community, and an understanding that there will be very big projects going on with Main Street over the next few years," Dueck said.

He said the open house will feature boards where people can look at some of the town’s concepts and ideas for Main Street, and there will be engineers and local politicians on hand to answer questions.

The open house runs from 7 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. at the arena.

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