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Work begins to improve water and wastewater system for Dundee families


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June 27, 2016 by On-Site Magazine

René Arseneault, Member of Parliament for Madawaska-Restigouche; Denis Savoie, Mayor of the Village of Eel River Crossing; and Gilles LePage, Member of the Legislative Assembly for Restigouche West.
Government officials today marked the start of construction on a project that will provide modern and effective wastewater disposal to 60 families in the community of Dundee and contribute to the health and safety of residents and the environment for years to come.

René Arseneault, Member of Parliament for Madawaska-Restigouche, on behalf of the Honourable Amarjeet Sohi, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, and Gilles LePage, Member of the Legislative Assembly for Restigouche West, on behalf of the Honourable Serge Rousselle, New Brunswick Minister of Environment and Local Government, were in the Village of Eel River Crossing for the event. Denis Savoie, Mayor of the Village of Eel River Crossing, also participated in the announcement.

The project involves extending Dundee’s water and wastewater infrastructure from the old Village limit to residences currently using septic systems.

The estimated $3,050,000 project cost is being funded through the federal Gas Tax Fund.

“Through the federal Gas Tax Fund, the Government of Canada is allowing communities in New Brunswick, and all across Canada, to make informed decisions about their infrastructure investments and how best to spend federal dollars. It is thanks to initiatives and projects like the Dundee water and wastewater extension project that Canadian communities will remain among the best places in the world to live, work and raise a family,” said René Arseneault, Member of Parliament for Madawaska-Restigouche, on behalf of the Honourable Amarjeet Sohi, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities.

The $2 billion federal Gas Tax Fund provides predictable, long-term funding to help Canadian municipalities build and revitalize local infrastructure, create jobs, and support long-term prosperity. Projects are chosen locally and prioritized according to the infrastructure needs of each community

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