Taking care of our street...

Hello Everyone,
As the city gets closer to beginning the necessary underground work to replace the century old sewer and storm water pipes, an opportunity is being created for all of us to actively engage in how Water St. can improve once the work is completed. What are your thoughts and opinions about the project? Do you want better lighting, more green space, one way parking? The more people the city hears from, the more likely they will listen. That is why we are inviting all of our customers to share their point of view. It is important for your ideas to be heard.
There is a website dedicated to the Infrastructure Renewal Project, www.engagestjohns.ca. Visit this web page and then click on Water Street Development. View all the current ideas put forth and vote for your favourite or voice your own thoughts, concerns and ideas on how you want Water Street to look. The planning stage is now and with construction on the horizon, the window of opportunity to hear ideas is short. Have your say now.
Thank you,
Twisted Sisters boutik

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