2003 November News Releases
| Snow Route Overnight Parking Ban commences
WINNIPEG - November 28, 2003 - The City's Snow Route Overnight Parking Ban will take effect at 00:01 a.m., December 1, 2003.
| Broken Sewer Pipe Repaired
WINNIPEG - November 27, 2003 - Crews were successful late last night in temporarily repairing a break in one of two leaking cast iron sewer pipes that cross the Assiniboine River at Ash Street.
| Repairs continue on broken sewer pipes
WINNIPEG - November 26, 2003 - Repairs continue on a pair of 67-year-old cast iron sewer pipes that cross the Assiniboine River at Ash Street.
| Leak in sewer pipes caused wastewater to spill into Assiniboine River
WINNIPEG - November 25, 2003 - Leaks in a pair of sewer pipes that cross the Assiniboine River at Ash Street caused approximately 7,000 cubic metres of wastewater to drain into the river. The leaks have been temporarily halted, and repairs are underway. Sewer service will continue as normal.
| Capital Budget pays for better sewers, streets and library
WINNIPEG - November 25, 2003 - Sewer upgrades, street renewal and a new downtown library are among the many projects Winnipeggers are buying in this year's Capital Budget.
| Business Assessment Notices for 2004 mailed today
WINNIPEG - November 21, 2003 - On Friday, November 21st Business Assessment Notices for 2004 were mailed to almost 1,500 businesses operating in the City of Winnipeg.
| City invites community ideas on accessibility issues
WINNIPEG - November 17, 2003 - Councillor Jenny Gerbasi, Chair of the Access Advisory Committee, will welcome new ideas at the AAC's second community consultation this Tuesday afternoon.
| Opening of Esplanade Riel delayed
WINNIPEG - November 14, 2003 - Opening Esplanade Riel, the pedestrian bridge component of the Provencher Paired Bridges project, to pedestrian traffic, has been postponed until mid to late December.
| Water and sewer rates to
rise 53% by 2009
WINNIPEG - November 10, 2003 - Winnipeg residents would pay 53 per cent more for water and sewer services by 2009 under a plan to be discussed Wednesday by the Standing Committee on Public Works.
| Three EPC members get new assignments
WINNIPEG - November 5, 2003 - Mayor Glen Murray has assigned new duties to three members of the Executive Policy Committee. The membership of the committee does not change.
Last update: 29.03.2007
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