Trafalgar Township Historical Society Digital Collections
Repairing the Base of the Spillway, Fourteen Mile Creek at Dundas, October 2018


Description
Media Type:
Image
Item Type:
Photographs
Description:
Although the base of the Creek spillway was rebuilt only two years ago when the entire street was revamped, the intense, short downpours we now experience require repairs and changes to handle the water flowing out of the dam pond under Dundas Street. At our last "Archives Open" of 2018, we saw Gazzola Paving, Cambridge Concrete Pumping and the street Landscaper onsite. The Landscaper has also just redone the landscaping which divides the left turning lane of Dundas Street from eastbound traffic closer to Bronte Road. Unfortunately, I do not remember the name of the Landscaping company which is based in Hamilton. The person in the yellow vest works for this Landscaper.

Notes:
Two photographs are in this record. To view the 2nd image, click on "Pages" "Select".
Date Of Event:
October 19, 2018
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
TTACL000740
Collection:
Trafalgar Township Historical Society
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.4392685489157 Longitude: -79.7740036083984
Recommended Citation:
Repairing the Base of the Spillway, Fourteen Mile Creek at Dundas, October 2018
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Trafalgar Township Historical Society Sponsor: Jeff Knoll, Local & Regional Councillor for Oakville Ward 5 – Town of Oakville/Regional Municipality of Halton
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Repairing the Base of the Spillway, Fourteen Mile Creek at Dundas, October 2018


Although the base of the Creek spillway was rebuilt only two years ago when the entire street was revamped, the intense, short downpours we now experience require repairs and changes to handle the water flowing out of the dam pond under Dundas Street. At our last "Archives Open" of 2018, we saw Gazzola Paving, Cambridge Concrete Pumping and the street Landscaper onsite. The Landscaper has also just redone the landscaping which divides the left turning lane of Dundas Street from eastbound traffic closer to Bronte Road. Unfortunately, I do not remember the name of the Landscaping company which is based in Hamilton. The person in the yellow vest works for this Landscaper.