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  • Telecommunications Gap Analysis Study: The Town of East Gwillimbury recognizes the need to encourage and support economic and business development within our municipality and that robust telecommunication networks (both wired and wireless) are a necessity. This study reviews the current status of broadband coverage within the Municipality and to identify future opportunities or activities to support future communications systems.
  • North South Collector Road Report: This report sets out to identify a preferred route and conceptual design for Phase 1 of the proposed North-South Collector Road in the community of Sharon. Phase 1 extends from Green Lane to Mount Albert Road and is scheduled for construction from 2011-2013. Phase 2 continues from Mount Albert Road to Doane Road, and is scheduled for construction from 2014 to 2016. This study addresses Phase 1 – Green Lane to Mount Albert Road only. Phase 2 of the proposed road will be addressed in a future environmental assessment and community plan.
  • Holland Landing Collector Sewer: This report presents the results of a geotechnical investigation carried out for the planning and design of the proposed West Holland Landing Collector Sewer over a length of about 1 km.
  • Class EA-Holland River Crossing: This report addresses the wastewater servicing plan requirements of Official Plan Amendment Area No. 60 in Holland Landing. The wastewater servicing plan for the area directs all new and existing sanitary flows to York Region’s Bradford Street Pumping Station via a 525 mm sewer under the Holland River.
  • Sanitary Sewer Commissioning Guidelines: The purpose of this document is to provide guidance on the inspection procedures that can be utilized to ensure infrastructure is constructed to be watertight and reduce the impact of extraneous flows in the future.
  • Class EA for retrofit SWMF at Colony Trail: The objective of this report is to select a preferred design concept for the retrofit of the existing quantity control facility to incorporated quality control features in order to meet current Ministry of Environment standards under Schedule A+ of the Municipal Environmental Assessment. The document overviews the evaluation criteria, developed in cooperation with the Town of East Gwillimbury and the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority, utilized throughout the evaluation process to render a preferred alternative.

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