Len­noxville News

Stanstead Journal - - FORUM - Vic­to­ria Vanier, Sher­brooke

For as far back as Len­noxville Bor­ough pres­i­dent David Price can re­mem­ber, and he has sat on the Len­noxville coun­cil al­most fif­teen years in all, March’s monthly coun­cil meet­ing on March 22nd was the first meet­ing where there wasn’t a sin­gle res­i­dent in at­ten­dance. “I think it’s a record,” he said to the Stanstead Jour­nal.

The prob­lem of truck traf­fic on Col­lege Street has con­tin­ued de­spite the open­ing of the 410 ex­ten­sion. “They’re not sup­posed to be down­town but it’s a short­cut. We’ll try to get more sig­nage up,” said Mr. Price.

Warn­ing pre­vi­ously about lots of con­struc­tion in the Bor­ough this spring and sum­mer, Mr. Price ex­plained which roads would be get­ting re­paired. Riverview, Glen­day and a small sec­tion of Mitchell Road will get a layer of gravel. “We have asked that they re­move that pave­ment on Glen­day but they don’t want to do it since that road will be gone af­ter the ex­ten­sion of the high­way,” com­mented Mr. Price about one of the worst streets in Sher­brooke.

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