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Harmony Creek restoration about to get underway

The City of Oshawa has announced that Harmony Creek restoration is scheduled to begin from March 25th and will last until March 30th.

The scope of work will be for the clearing and grubbing of adjacent trees and vegetation required for the restoration of Harmony Creek, south of Rossland Road East.

The city contractor will be providing compensation for the proposed tree removals at a ratio of 3:1, resulting in three trees planted per individual tree removed, said a city statement.

Oshawa awarded Contract No. O 24-07 to Cambridge Landscaping and Construction Limited (CLCL). This work is the first stage in preparation for the restoration of Harmony Creek. The entire scope of work will involve tree removal, realignment of the pedestrian path, and realignment of Harmony Creek approximately 100m south of Rossland Road East. If there are any additional interruptions associated with this work and notices will be provided to the affected property owners, the city said.

Works will be from south of Rossland Road East, between Wilson Road North and Camelot Drive.

The city said Rossland Road East within the construction limits will remain open with short duration temporary lane closures to facilitate construction in a safe and efficient manner. Temporary lane closures will be identified through temporary traffic controls including but not limited to traffic control devices, signage and flag persons.

Please exercise caution around the construction site, it added.

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