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Cassells Pole Line Relocation

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City of North Bay Cassells Street Widening Project

North Bay Hydro will be relocating poles on Cassells from Drew St. to King St. beginning Tuesday May 7th to approximately July 31, 2019. The line relocation is required to accommodate the Cassells Street Widening Project by the City of North Bay. The work involves the installation of 23 new poles, as well as the relocation of all conductors and removal of the existing poles.

Expect traffic delays as North Bay Hydro vehicles will be located on the roadway. To ensure the safety of the public, pedestrians will be redirected to the south sidewalk during construction activities.

Cassells

If you have any questions about the pole relocation work, please contact:

Paul Ridley
Manager of Operations
Tel: 705-474-8100 x246

If you have any questions relating to the Cassells Street Widening Project, please contact:

Gerry McCrank C.E.T., LEL
Senior Project Manager
City of North Bay
Tel: 705-474-0626 x 2305

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