Niska Road changes do not consider long-term impact to Puslinch

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by Mike Robinson

– ABERFOYLE – Councillor Matthew Bulmer does not believe the City of Guelph has considered the long-term impact to its neighbours as it moves forward on a proposal to upgrade the Niska Road bridge from one to two lanes.

On Nov. 4, Puslinch councillors received further comment from Guelph regarding its Municipal Class Environmental Assessment for Niska Road.

Don Kudo, deputy city engineer/manager, infrastructure services engineering and capital infrastructure services, offered further clarifications in a letter which states “Niska Road is a two-lane collector road as designated in the city’s official plan.” …

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