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Old Posted Jul 26, 2019, 3:04 PM
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Is there actually that big of a water line running through Centreport right now? I was always under the impression that the Centreport area had bedrock/lime stone close to the surface which made it extremely difficult and expensive to service most of the area relative to other parts of the city, leading to it growing slower than originally anticipated by politicians.
Yes, just this year in fact. Tricore is still finishing bringing water to the existing businesses north of Inkster and west of route 90. The line runs down Centreport Way from all the way from St Eustache to that new booster station that is by the Prairie Dog Central.

It is much more expensive than in most of the city to dig there. Sometimes you need to blast the rock. But big excavators can handle most of the material.
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