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These are the possible fiber construction locations for Friday Sept 21st, Saturday Sept 22nd, Sunday Sept 23rd & Monday Sept 24th
Construction activities in your neighborhoods will include hydro-vac trucks, bucket trucks working on the lines in the alley, backhoes, drilling machines, street sweepers, water trucks, conduit reel trailers, utility marker flags, cable splicing trucks, snow fence, orange conduits poking out of the ground, caution ribbons, flagging & stakes in the plywood covering temporary holes, landscapers placing loam & seed. Please obey all road & sidewalk signs and watch for moving equipment. Please do not tamper with the utility marker flags. If you have any questions or concerns let us know.
Note to all property owners: During construction your lawn, gardens or landscaping may experience disruption. We are using the least intrusive installation methods for the fiber optic conduits & cables. Bumps, small hills & ridges in your yard will slowly, naturally return to the original state as the earth settles. Some will not and require adjustment, tamping or re-shaping. The construction crews in your neighborhood are the builders, not the landscapers. They will fill in the holes, return the sod pieces, put rocks back in the garden & clean up the area. As the construction crews move out, the landscaping crews will move in and begin the soft surface remediation to restore your property. The landscapers will continue in the Parkview & Maplewood areas. The Telus Water Instruction Cards are being delivered to neighborhoods, please follow these instructions to help bring the disturbed areas in your yard back to health. If you have any questions, please call the Town Office at 403.933.4348.
**Note: Flags cannot be removed under any circumstances. Chemco will remove them after construction is complete. Relocates will need to be done if the flags are tampered with. Please mow around the flags until they are removed by the contractor.