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Construction at the intersection of Vernon and Pepperell has created two speed-bumpy things, making the two-way stop a tad confusing. And frustrating. And…bumpy. 

Construction at the intersection of Vernon and Pepperell has created two speed-bumpy things, making the two-way stop a tad confusing. And frustrating. And…bumpy.


Remarks: The city has been cleaning old water pipes in the south end: The bumps covered temporary piping being used in the interim. A note sent to local residents in early fall said that construction would begin on Sept. 25 and last roughly two months. “It’s day-to-day,” said Hannam this week. “We need to pick up some of those plastic lines, but it’s essentially done.” Sure enough, the bumps have since disappeared, and glorious flatness reigns again.


Who's Responsible?: Jamie Hannam, chief engineer, Halifax Regional Water Commission. 490-4804.

Status: Fixed

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