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More than 500,000 invested in the renovation of Chemin du Bois-Franc
Article published on 14 September 2017
last modification on 12 September 2017
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An announcement was made by the MNA for Pontiac André Fortin, this morning, stating that $ 505,893 will be invested by the Government of Quebec to rebuild the north-south axis on chemin du Bois-Franc. Member of National Assembly for Pontiac André Fortin explains where the funding comes from:

Clip - André Fortin

The Mayor of Mansfield Kathleen Bélec was also at the announcement. Despite her satisfaction with the announcement, she also wished to mention that she did not support the construction of a bridge over the Coulonge River:

Clip - Katlheen Bélec

Others took the opportunity to express their dissatisfaction with the construction of a bridge over the Coulonge River.

These investments come from the Multi-Resource Roads Cost Reduction Program (PRCM), stage 2. According to the schedule, the work is expected to be completed in September.

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