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Municipal

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Albion Street, Albion Way reconstruction project to resume in Belleville; lane closures, restrictions expected

The City of Belleville has announced that Cooney Excavating Ltd. will resume work on the Albion Street and Albion Way reconstructions projects this month. The work will be done on Albion Street, Albion Way and the intersection of Pine Street and Albion Street, and will include surface asphalt paving, completion

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‘Making it easier’: Belleville introduces new permitting system

The City of Belleville has introduced “Permit Central,” an online permitting platform aimed at simplifying the application process for road permits and oversized load permits under the management of the Transportation and Operations Services department. “Permit Central changes the way residents and contractors obtain permits, making it easier and more

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Belleville councillors and OLG officials gathered at City Hall on Wednesday, March 20. - Submitted photo

‘Endless economic development’: Belleville celebrates benefits of nearly $3.5 million in OLG funding

On Wednesday, March 20, Belleville City Hall hosted a special event to express gratitude for the substantial impact of the Municipal Contribution Agreement with Ontario Lottery and Gaming (OLG) on the local community over the past year. The Municipal Contribution Agreement determines OLG payments, ensuring that municipalities receive funds for

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A map of the work area in Picton. - Photo submitted by the County of Prince Edward.

Picton Main Street reconstruction scheduled to continue starting April 1

The reconstruction of Picton Main Street from Division Street to 300 metres north of McFarland Drive will begin on Monday, April 1, the County of Prince Edward reports in a media release. Key components of the project include the installation of new underground infrastructure such as watermains, sanitary sewers and

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Premier Ford joined members of Belleville City Council to present a cheque for $1,240,000 on Friday, March 1. - Ashley Foley photo

Belleville receives $1.24 million for housing infrastructure through Building Faster Fund

Premier Doug Ford joined City of Belleville Mayor Neil Ellis and council at Town Hall today (March 1) to announce $1,240,000 is being provided to the city through the Building Faster Fund. These funds were provided by the province of Ontario as a reward for the municipality exceeding its 2023

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