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Clarington to begin annual maintenance hole repairs

Beginning June 1, Clarington will start making repairs to the maintenance holes and catch basins across the municipality as part of an annual maintenance program.

Crews will be out on the roads for approximately six weeks, ensuring our maintenance holes and catch basins are level with the road surface so motorists can enjoy a safe, smooth drive, said a municipal statement.

Repairs will take place at various locations in Courtice, Bowmanville, and Newcastle, Monday to Friday, from 7 am to 6 pm.

To help protect the safety of workers, pedestrians, and motorists, the municipality asked drivers to proceed with caution through areas that are under repair, obey all traffic control measures and workers directing traffic.

It apologize for the inconvenience and disruption due to noise. This annual repair program is essential to maintain our infrastructure. Thank you for your understanding and patience, it added.

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