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Master Drainage Plan – 30% Design Drawings

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BACKGROUND:

In 2013, the City completed their Whitevale Master Drainage Plan – Municipal Class Environmental Assessment Report.  The recommendations from the report are as follows:

Intermittent Drainage Feature – Storm Flow Diversion to Whitevale Road Storm Sewer
• Minor re-grading of the roadside ditch on the east side of North Road to accommodate a portion of the flood flows from the catchment area to the north.
• Construction of new driveway culverts and a new storm inlet to the Whitevale Road storm sewer
• Install new Whitevale Road storm sewer, with increased size to accommodate the additional peak flows from North Road.
• Replace the existing culvert crossing at North Road in order to convey low flows to the existing drainage feature.

North Road -Resurfacing & Grading
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Grapevine Gospel (Issue #1 – May 2017)

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Issue #1 – May 2017

We know that Whitevalians are in love with the fact that Whitevale is a quiet, little hamlet where not much changes…it’s like we’re frozen in time. However, the development of Seaton is just around the corner and that means so much around us is going change over the next little while — no matter how we feel about it. In order to help you understand some of what you can expect, the WDRA has developed this newsletter to provide you with the most up-to-date information relating to Seaton and other changes the City is planning both within and around our hamlet.

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In this issue of the Grapevine Gospel:

  1. Seaton on the Horizon: What’s Happening, When and Where
  2. Tale of Two Roads: Changes to the Seaton Traffic Mitigation Plan
  3. The Long and “...
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