NICG Capital Works Delayed

The work that was supposed to be done in Nain on the Trouser Lake Project this year is put on hold for this fall, and will now get started next spring.

Tony Andersen is the AngajukakKak of the Nain Inuit Community Government.

But, he says there is some work that has to be done on the road to Trouser Lake before the next spring thaw.

And that is to make a ditch with line of rocks to make sure there is no run off of muggy water into the reservoir.

Andersen says everyone remembers how dirty and muggy their running water was in their homes last spring, so they are trying to avoid the same disaster to happen.

Meanwhile the other capital works projects in Nain that has started include interior repairs on the Husky Center.

He says the repairs were started by Budgell’s Equipment Rentals a couple of weeks ago, and there is still a lot of work to do before everything is completed in 2012.

He added the NICG had a lot of reports from the residents about the streetlights that have not been working or broken.

The concerns include some residents are not wanting to walk to the stores in the evening because it is so dark on the roads.

Andersen says they are right now waiting for hydro to come and do the repairs of on the streetlights.


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