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Tuesday, June 14, 2016
THE CHRONICLE-JOURNAL
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BY JEFF LABINE
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Street. The second phase, which begins this week, will pick up from
Clavet and work towards McCulloch
Street. There are three more stages
after that, with the project expected
to wrap up around the end of October.
The construction has not only impacted drivers but the businesses
and residents in the area as well.
Ron Lemarquand, a manager with
Peartree Bakery, which is located
along Cumberland, said it has im-
As the Cumberland Street project
begins its second stage, at least one
business understands that some inconveniences are bound to happen.
The six-month long facelift of the
street in Thunder Bay started in
April, causing some motorists to rethink how they get around the city.
The first stage focused on the areas
between Stephens Street to Clavet
pacted the business but that’s to be
expected during construction season. He explained Peartree knew the
project was going to get underway
and took steps to mitigate it.
They opted to provide free delivery service. He said the city gave
them notice in the winter.
“We certainly understand that
during the construction season
that’s the time when these types of
things have to be done,” he said.
“Of course anyone that called, we
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told them about the construction
and gave them alternative route to
our business. In general, there has
been an impact but maybe not has
much as other businesses. . . . It’s always tough as a business.”
Lemarquand added that unlike
other parts of the city, there’s still
two main roads — Algoma and Court
— that drivers can still use.
Matthew Miedema, a project engineer with the city, said stage two will
be similar to stage one in that there
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will be watermain installations and
repaving. Despite the recent rain,
Miedema said the project remains
on track.
“Each stage is kind of limited to
three blocks at a time,” he said. “In
the stage we’re in right now . . . traffic is typically limited to one lane,
southbound only. That being said
they kind of revised the detour.
Northbound traffic, the lead is
through Munro Street to McDougall
then back onto Cumberland.”
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1080 Keewatin St.
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Books Available for Sale and Signing
Event Sponsors:
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